The latest addition to the iPhone family, the iPhone 15 Pro, was announced last week and is now available in over 40 countries worldwide. With people eagerly anticipating the arrival of their new devices, Apple has updated its website with fresh details about the phone. Interestingly, the company has warned that users who hold their iPhone 15 Pro without a protective case may experience temporary discolouration of the new titanium frame.
iPhone 15 Pro changes colour because of your hands
Apple has recently updated its support article on how to clean an iPhone, and it includes a new section dedicated to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models. Apple warns that users who decide not to use any case may observe colour variations over time. The iPhone’s outer band is susceptible to temporary discolouration caused by the oils from the user’s skin. This confirms what some early reviewers have noted; the iPhone 15 Pro remains a fingerprint magnet despite its new titanium frame.
How to clean your new iPhone 15 Pro from discolouration and fingerprints?
Fortunately, Apple assures that this issue is only temporary. To remove fingerprints from the titanium frame of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, users can simply use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth to wipe it clean.
Keep in mind that although the front and back of the iPhone 15 Pro are still largely composed of glass, the side frame has undergone a significant upgrade. The previous stainless steel frame has been swapped out for a new one made of titanium, which boasts superior strength and weight properties. As a result of this change, the frame now has a sleek brushed finish instead of the previous shiny appearance.
It’s not a bug, it’s a feature!
When it comes to cleaning the iPhone 15 Pro, the guidelines are similar to those for other iPhone models. Apple advises users to disconnect all cables before cleaning the device and refrain from using any cleaning solutions. Additionally, the company discourages the use of compressed air.
Can I use disinfectant to clean my iPhone?
Yes, you can use disinfectant to clean your iPhone, although you should use mild cleaners that are not too strong to damage the device’s surface.
Exact Apple’s advice is as follows: