Apple releases a RM99 Polishing Cloth that cleans any Apple display - SoyaCincau

Want to safely and effectively clean the screen of your MacBook, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch? Here's a RM99 polishing cloth that comes with an Apple logo.

19/10/2021 6:46:00 PM

Want to safely and effectively clean the screen of your MacBook, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch? Here's a RM99 polishing cloth and it comes with an Apple logo.

Want to safely and effectively clean the screen of your MacBook, iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch? Here's a RM99 polishing cloth that comes with an Apple logo.

The Apple Polishing Cloth costs USD 19 (about RM79) in the US but it is going forRM99in Malaysia. According to the description, the Polishing Cloth is “Made with soft, non-abrasive material, the Polishing Cloth cleans any Apple display, including nano-texture glass, safely and effectively.”

Unfortunately, we do not know if it’s as big as a handkerchief or as small as a lint-free microfibre cloth that comes with your glasses. There’s no mention of its dimensions on the product page. In case you’re wondering if it is safe to use on older devices, Apple even has a compatibility list that covers iPhone models as old as iPhone 6 or the iPhone SE (1st gen), as well as the 1st gen iPad Air and iPad mini. It is also compatible with larger screens like the

Apple Pro Display XDRto devices with no screen like the iPod shuffle (4th gen).As you would expect with an original Apple product, the cloth has an outline of the Apple logo in the bottom right corner. The box only comes with a polishing cloth and obviously, there’s no charger included.

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RM319.According to the description, the MacBook Pro 16 can support 0-50% charge in 30 minutes when you use it with a USB-C to MagSafe 3 cable. The MagSafe 3 cable is included with the new MacBook Pro but if you need a spare, it will cost you Read more: SoyaCincau »

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