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Temporary Blemishes on the Edge of iPhone 15 Pro Revealed by Apple – Swift Solutions at Hand

Today, the much-awaited iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 have finally been launched in Thailand. Previously, there were reports of the iPhone 15 Pro having an aluminum body that left fingerprint marks when held for a long time. However, Apple has recently provided a temporary solution to this issue.

Apple has updated the cleaning instructions on their support page, specifically addressing the cleaning process for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. It has been mentioned that the discoloration along the edges of the iPhone caused by the natural oils from our skin can be temporarily resolved by gently wiping the device with a non-abrasive cloth. This simple step can help restore the original color of the device.

Some customers might have been concerned that this color issue would be permanent. However, with Apple’s update assuring that it can be fixed, there is no need to invest in purchasing a specialized cleaning cloth priced at 790 Baht. This should bring peace of mind to users.

TLDR: The newly released iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 are now available in Thailand. Users were initially worried about the discoloration caused by the aluminum body, but Apple has provided a temporary fix which involves gently wiping the device with a soft cloth. This should alleviate any concerns about color permanence and negate the need for purchasing an expensive cleaning cloth.

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