This is a discussion on Cleaning iPad within the iPad 3 Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by vish26 any possibility that the oleophobic coating on the screen of the iPad wearing off due to constant cleaning ? Yes it ...
Last edited by NewForce; 04-07-2012 at 11:40 AM.
Why would apple put a coating on the screen that would rub off when wiped with a cleaning cloth?
As to the original question, I use whatever t-shirt I happen to be wearing to clean all my iDevices. Works great.
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I use my wifeOriginally Posted by xGary
64 gb ipad2 in black
Microfiber cloth and window cleaner.
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2012 13" MBA, 2011 11" MBA, 2010 15" MBP, 2 iPad3s, 1 iPad Mini, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5. A bunch of iPods and an Apple TV.
I just use one of the microfiber cloths that I got with my glasses. Works great.