“My iPad screen is a filthy, greasy mess. No matter how often I clean it with a microfiber cloth, within a few touches I have soiled it again,” Charlie Sorrel reports for Wired.
“It’s not that I have particularly oily fingers. It’s just that the iPad’s screen seems to be oleophilic, slurping the grease from my digital pores and slathering them over the screen like a redhead slaps on the sun lotion,” Sorrel reports. “I have gotten used to it, and barely see the dirty streaks when the screen is lit. But it causes me great embarrassment when somebody else flips open the cover and is confronted with something that would make an English pub toilet look clean. Clearly I need to do something.”
Full article, in which Sorrel inexplicably denigrates a product he hasn’t even tried, here.
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