The iPad is beautiful, sleek and shiny device with a multimedia world at your fingertips. But those fingers are also high on the list of biggest complaints about Apple's iPad. Although the iPad has a screen with the same oleophobic coating as the iPhone, it doesn't get rid of distracting fingerprints.
don't really notice the fingerprints when the device is showing a
bright screen, but the fingerprints and smudges are very visible when
you're using an app with a dark background or when the screen is off.
Some users call their iPad already a magnet for fingerprints.
iPad User Guide suggests using a soft slightly damp cloth, but please
make sure not to allow moisture in any of the openings of the iPad. You
can also use your sleeve to wipe off any smudges on the iPad screen.
"If you still have a smudge, add some moisture with a puff of breath
and rub a bit longer without the pressure", Apple suggests.
absolutely NOT use any window cleaners. These cleaners can damage the
oleophobic coating on the iPad screen, which can lead to reduction of
functionality of Apple's iPad over time.
your iPad screen every time you use the device gets old. The best way
to prevent smudges and fingerprints on the screen (and scratches as
well!) is a protective shield. Most protective shields available on the
market also significantly reduce a large amount of glare, which also
ranks high in the iPad complaint list. iPad protective shields are
available in online- and retail stores, starting at $10.
keep the outer areas of your iPad clean and safe from scratches, it is a
good idea to purchase an iPad case. There is a huge selection of iPad
cases available on the market, with new cases being announced seemingly
every day, in all kinds of materials and colors, for every kind of
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