Apple Is Selling a $19 USD Polishing Cloth

Branded with the Apple logo, of course.

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Apple has unveiled its official polishing cloth, compatible to gently clean more than a dozen of its products.

Although its fabric is not explicitly stated by the tech company, Apple shared on its website that it is crafted “with soft, nonabrasive material” and arrives with a minimal logo on the right hand corner. The polishing cloth “cleans any Apple display, including nano-texture glass, safely and effectively” and is compatible with iPhones from the first generation SE to the current iPhone 13 line, iPads from the first Mini generation to the sixth, MacBook and iMac models from 2012 to 2020, Apple Watches from the first generation to Series 7, iPods from the fourth generation Shuffle to the seventh generation Touch and Pro Display XR models.

Purchase Apple’s Polishing Cloth on the Apple webstore for $19 USD.

In related news, take a look at the biggest announcements from Apple’s Unleashed event.

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