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In the feline corona virus’ watch, Apple says that the iPhone users will be able to make use of the disinfectant wipes and isopropyl alcohol in their systems

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If the corona virus continues to spread across the globe, Apple has released an update to the information on how to clean and end up with disinfecting wipes.

The tech giant, which can be used to recommend the use of a popular cleaning wipes, and says you can now make use of 70% isopropyl alcohol wipes, or Clorox disinfecting wipes on the surface of the Apple products.

The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news, points out that these wipes were recommended by the health experts as a way to stop the spread of the COVID or 19 on the surface.

On its website, Apple said: “cleaning products and abrasive materials will further reduce the coating, and may scratch on with your iPhone.”

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The Journal also reports that concerns a lot of household cleaners will damage the protective ‘oleophobic’ coating that helps to repel fingerprints and other smudges.

On the Apple web site, but it continues to say “don’t use aerosol sprays, bleaching agents or abrasive cleaning agents.”

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