Apple has updated its document on how to clean its products. Accordingly, hydrogen does not recommend cleaning materials containing peroxide on the grounds that they damage products.
Apple has updated a support document stating that customers should not use hydrogen peroxide to clean their products. However, in this document, the use of ethyl alcohol was added to the safe cleaning agents.
More specifically, Apple unveiled a support document under the heading How to clean your products with an ingenious presentation.
Apple added to its document in two short lines suggestions that customers with their devices can safely use 75% ethyl alcohol wipes.
He added that substances containing hydrogen peroxide and cleaning products should not be used on iPhones, iPads, and other Apple devices. They explained that hydrogen peroxide has a bleaching effect on their products.
The previous update to the document was made during the peak of the pandemic.
Although it is compatible with Apple’s recommendations, the use of solvent-based substances on screens will be damaging to the phone coating, it added.
Finally, Apple emphasizes that users should be careful not to have moisture in the device openings. It also recommends that its products are not immersed in any cleaning materials.