After a hard day in use my iPad looks a real mess of fingerprints, gesture streaks of sweat and dead skin cells with a subtle hidden microculture of bacteria.
I do try to clean it once a day using the recommended damp cloth as requested by Apple the manufacturer but it is not easy to do and I am concerned as we move into winter, that this method is not deadly to all known germs.
I wonder if tablet manufacturers have considered the potential of disease spread through the use of these devices or the ease with which we pass it from one individual to another to get a smear of an alternate strain of bacteria from their zooming in?
Will we see in future tablet devices ranking up with escalator and stair handrails as the number one germ containing environments?
Maybe this is the hidden market that I should immediately exploit with my yet to be created tablet manufacturer approved, hygienic tablet wipes (available in 3 fresh fragrances, Spring dew, stale beer (for the real man) and baby powder & poop (for those just starting out).
Any suggestions? No the dishwasher is not an option.
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