Protection for a brand new iPhone is essential. While some die-hard Apple design fans may risk life without a case, most opt for peace of mind. One bad drop can be game over for a glass screen. Apple Care+ offers accidental damage protection, however this still means the inconvenience and fees for a repair or replacement. Many of the best cases are capable of protecting the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max from impacts small and large.
Care and Protection
No, Apple does not recommend using hydrogen peroxide products to clean its hardware.
Products containing bleach or hydrogen peroxide should not be used on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. To keep the finishes and seals on your device safe, only use the following cleaning products on hard, non-porous surfaces:
Smartphones are notoriously dirty. Studies show a typical cell phone can have more bacteria on its surface than a toilet. Preventing the spread of infection has taken on new importance with the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 sweeping the globe. Disinfecting your iPhone is an important preventive measure to reduce the risk of infection from bacteria and viruses that linger on your mobile device. Proper hand washing may be the first line of defense, but a clean phone can be just as important.
Your iPhone's screen is the single most important part of your iPhone. Not only is the screen the window you view the iPhone interface through, it is the interface. That being the case, the iPhone screen gets dirty quickly and easily.
To clean your iPhone's screen, never use any type of cleaning solvent such as Windex or other chemical agents.
Many people value their iPhone over most other possessions. After all, we keep much of our personal information there and it is usually among the more expensive purchases we make.
However, chances are there are some things you could or shouldn't be doing to ensure your iPhone's longevity. Many iPhone users place a case on their device, but not too many think about ways they can protect the internals, primarily the battery. No matter how pristine you manage to keep your iPhone on the outside, once the battery dies you're out of luck.
Here are a few things you can do to make sure your iPhone lives a long, happy life: