It is evident that in this every user has their own way to clean or condition iPhone, iPad, Mac, AirPods, peripherals and other Apple products. In this case we can not say that “everything is allowed” so that our devices are clean and disinfected, especially now that many users can have a bit of an obsession with the COVID question … But there are also many ‘other concerns, especially with the headphones and that’s why Apple explains clearly to us what we have to do to clean them in this Web section.
Apple is aware of all of this and that is why it has just launched a new version of its specific web section so that users have a clear idea of what they can use and what not to clean their devices, What is clear is that you should never and under any circumstances use bleach or hydrogen peroxide, which is hydrogen peroxide. eg … This is a brief summary of what Apple shows in this web section.
Can I use a disinfectant to clean my Apple product?
You can gently wipe wipes moistened with 70% isopropyl alcohol, 75% ethyl alcohol, or Clorox brand disinfectant wipes on the hard, non-porous surfaces of your Apple product, such as the screen, keyboard and other external surfaces. Do not use products containing bleach or hydrogen peroxide. Avoid allowing moisture to pass through any openings and do not immerse your Apple product in cleaning agent. Do not use disinfectants on fabric or leather surfaces.
My advice on this subject is clear, a slightly damp cloth with water (without overdoing it) for most devices and screens, then to improve cleaning and from time to time you can use the wipes that some supermarkets sell or even the ones that they are added when we buy a screen protector or the like that add a wet wipe and a dry wipe. Either way, common sense is an important part of cleaning the device. so use it and do not cover your device (whether Apple or not) with corrosive products that could damage it.