Do’s and Don’ts for Cleaning Your Titanium iPhone 15 Pro
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Do’s and Don’ts for Cleaning Your Titanium iPhone 15 Pro


Apple is using titanium on iPhone for the first time, but what’s safe or best to use for cleaning iPhone 15 Pro? Let’s look at how to clean iPhone with step-by-step do’s and don’ts.


Something new with the titanium frame of the iPhone 15 Pro is that Apple says the “oil from your skin might temporarily alter the color of the outside band.” If you’re using your 15 Pro without a case, fortunately, that’s easy to fix by wiping it down with a slightly damp microfiber cloth.


Below we’ll also cover how to safely clean and disinfect the rest of your iPhone 15 Pro.


How to clean iPhone 15 Pro


iPhone 15 Pro cleaning DON’Ts


  • Don’t use cleaning sprays (no bleach, no hydrogen peroxide, etc.)
  • Don’t submerge your iPhone into cleaning products
  • Don’t use compressed air
  • Don’t leave cables plugged into your iPhone when cleaning


Best items to clean iPhone 15 Pro


  • Clean microfiber cloth or similar
  • 70% isopropyl alcohol or 75% ethyl alcohol,Spray on your cloth first, not on your iPhone, or use an alcohol prep pad
  • Clorox wipe or similar (no bleach)
  • Blu Tack
  • Flosser pick


Steps to clean your iPhone 15 Pro


  1. Apple says to power off your iPhone before cleaning it
  2. Make sure it’s also unplugged from cables or accessories
  3. Wipe down your iPhone with a clean microfiber cloth,Slightly dampen your cloth with water if needed,Apple says a slightly damp cloth will remove fingerprints and slight discoloration on the titanium frame of the iPhone 15 Pro
  4. To disinfect iPhone, use a Clorox wipe or 70% isopropyl/ethyl alcohol on your cloth and wipe down your device
  5. Gently use a flosser pick to break up and remove tough-to-reach spots – make sure to not poke at or through the grilles, mics, or other important components
  6. Blue Tack is another great way to remove dirt and gunk from speaker grilles, etc.


Apple highlights you should “clean your iPhone immediately if it comes in contact with anything that might cause stains or other damage — for example, dirt or sand, ink, makeup, soap, detergent, acids or acidic foods, or lotions.”


Source: 9to5mac

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