As Apple’s latest keynote concluded, members of the media were able to try out and photograph the various devices on display. One of the images that generated the most negative buzz showed that the iPhone 15 Pro’s titanium frame had become discolored after passing through so many hands. Nevertheless, According to Apple, this effect is temporary..
Due to concerns that some users have expressed about the iPhone 15 Pro, which is the only one with a titanium frame, Apple has decided to calm the situation. Through the terminal support website they clarify that Oil released from fingerprints can change the color of the metal.. However, this is not a situation that will destroy forever look From the device.
If this has already happened, the company recommends wiping the frame with a damp cloth. After this process, your iPhone 15 Pro will return to normal.
“On iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, oil from the skin may temporarily change the color of the outer frame. Cleaning your iPhone with a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth will restore it to its original appearance.”
Now, if the titanium frame comes into contact with substances such as “ink, cosmetics, soap, detergent, acids or lotions,” they strongly recommend cleaning it immediately to avoid permanent damage.
Apple emphasizes that cleaning must be done without chemicals. While there are products specifically designed for cleaning hardware, they can wear down the special coating that the iPhone 15 Pro and other models are supposed to protect their surfaces. So, always try to use only water.
Another tip: During the procedure, it is best to completely turn off your iPhone 15 Pro and unplug it from the power outlet. All Apple recommendations are below:
- Disconnect all cables and turn off your iPhone.
- Use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth (such as glasses cloth).
- Do not allow moisture to enter the openings.
- Do not use cleaning products unless you follow the directions for disinfecting your iPhone.
- Do not use compressed air.
Of course, the color change is more or less noticeable depending on the color. iPhone 15 Pro in Titanium Blue and Titanium Black, since they are darker tones, are the most susceptible to temporary discoloration and fingerprints. In white and natural titanium they are less noticeable.
Then, having this information, Concerns over paint quality on iPhone 15 Pro allayed. And then the other day there was a fuss over the photographs that we have already mentioned. Some, of course, took advantage of the train to spread false information.
Of course, only those brave people who carry their iPhone without a case will follow these recommendations…
Source: Hiper Textual
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