How to clean and disinfect your Mac, keyboard, mouse, other devices Apple’s update recommendatis

As the coravirus outbreak ctinues, Apple has updated its recommendatis how to disinfect their products. Follow alg the way of cleaning and disinfecting your Mac, keyboard, mouse, and other Apple devices.

Until now, Apple’s directi away from the use of disinfectant wipes and alcohol some of its products, saying that it could damage the oleophobic (fingerprint resistant) coating devices such as the the iPhone and the iPad.

With the sp of coravirus in growth, Apple has changed its guidelines and now says that it is ok to use Clorox or Lysol wipes any of its products.

With this in mind, Apple has always said that these tips apply to all of its products:

This is the latest guidance from Apple, and it looks like it replaces the the previous guides specific productseven those who are related to the new guide comprehensive. A large number of cleaning device support pages have not been updated since last year.

Until now, Apple’s directi away from the use of disinfectant wipes and alcohol some of its products, saying that it could damage the oleophobic (fingerprint resistant) coating devices such as the the iPhone and the iPad.

As we said in our previous guide the disinfecti of the iPhone, a recent study of the Journal of Hospital Infecti found that the coravirus “can persist surfaces such as metal, glass, or plastic up to nine days,” but they are easily cleared with something like isopropyl alcohol or disinfecting wipes. Apple recommend now as safe to use, makes life easier.

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