Apple Polishing Cloth: Clean Your Apple Products For Rs 1,990

Apple Polishing Cloth

Several key Apple goods were unveiled at the ‘Unleashed’ event, including the all-new MacBook Pros, AirPods 3, and others. These were all predicted and had been widely leaked, so they didn’t come as a surprise. A microfiber Polishing Cloth accessory developed for cleaning the screens of Apple devices, on the other hand, was a pleasant surprise. 

Apple hasn’t revealed much about the cloth itself, stating just that it’s ‘made with soft, non-abrasive material’ and ‘safely and effectively cleans any Apple display, including nano-texture glass,’ which is unsurprising given that the cloth is just that: a cloth.

Its photographs show something that resembles a mouse mat rather than a cleaning product. Apart from the Apple logo, it doesn’t appear to give any advantages over an ordinary microfiber towel. Moreover, you can purchase that for a fraction of the price. 

In one of its support pages, Apple recommends cleaning all Apple products with a ‘soft, lint-free cloth’. Moreover, to ‘avoid abrasive cloths, towels, paper towels, or similar items.’

Hopefully, the Apple Polishing Cloth will be able to achieve these standards. 

Last but not least, there’s a compatibility list that covers practically all of Apple’s gear. Just in case you’re worried about accidentally rubbing the wrong device with it.

The Apple Polishing Cloth is available to buy separately for $19. However, it is included with the Pro Display XDR for free, so you’d have to pay $5,000 to acquire it.

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The new CPUs are used in the latest MacBook Pro computers with 14-inch and 16-inch displays. The models ditched Apple’s chastised ‘Touch Bar’ and brought back several ports. Moreover, the company’s ‘MagSafe’ power connector that had vanished in previous years, angering some of the company’s users is now back.

The 14-inch model will cost $1,999, while the 16-inch model will cost $2,499, according to Apple. Apple has announced that both machines will begin delivering next week. 

The M1 Pro and M1 Max are Apple’s two new high-performance CPUs. The new chips are expected to outperform the company’s earlier M1 chips.

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