Cleaning fingerprints off of Ipad


Logos327

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Sep 15, 2008
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Anyone find a really good cleaning device, cloth, protector ?
The cloth that came with my MBP works great. It makes no since that they didn't include one with this. If you have glasses, te cloth that came with that would work well too.
 

klrobinson999

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Dec 28, 2008
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Why did my iMac come with a cleaning cloth, when I rarely touch the glass surface, but my iPad - which requires that I touch the surface - did not?

Apple FAIL on this one.
 

Illuminated

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Sep 25, 2008
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The reason there is no cloth with the iPad is because you can use any cloth, be it a shirt, or a wool blanket. It all works.
 

greenlander

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Jun 14, 2007
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Why did my iMac come with a cleaning cloth, when I rarely touch the glass surface, but my iPad - which requires that I touch the surface - did not?

Apple FAIL on this one.
Seriously.

Are they kidding about the oleophobic coating? I can't imagine this thing being any better at picking up fingerprints.
 

zub3qin

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Apr 10, 2007
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Don't bother. The prints come back in two minutes of use anyway. I wonder why apple didn't put that special oleophobic coating to ward of greasy fingerprints like they did on the iPhone 3GS.
 

rydenfan

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Oct 16, 2007
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I use an LCD screen cleaner (a spray) and a microfiber cloth. It seems to work great. Is there any issue with using this?