All things have an expiration date, but you can postpone that date if you take care of it. Here’s how to keep your iPod Touch in shape.
Clean your iPod Touch every day. This will ensure that it’s not smeared with fingerprints, and you’ll have better accuracy when using the screen. Some of the older generation iTouches come with a cleaning cloth, but if yours did not, then a glasses cleaning cloth works just as well. To use either, just breathe on the screen, then rub till the fingerprints are gone.
Buy a screen protector and a case for your iPod Touch. There are many different options for both of these items, for example with screen protectors you can get: clear, anit-glare, mirror and a few more. With cases, there are ones that just snap straight onto the back, and ones that you slip the iTouch into. Also, when buying a case, it is important to ensure that all buttons and ports (usb/audio jack) are exposed or at least can be used WITHOUT removing the case.
Make sure if you don’t have a screen protector or a case, you don’t drop it. Otherwise, the screen will crack and you might get cut. Also, make sure you clean it [the iPod] more regulary, especially the screen, as your fingers are coming in direct contact of the screen.
Make sure it does not fall in water or snow, and that you do not freeze it or allow it to over heat (eg. don’t leave it in the sun or attempt to cook it) Water/Extreme Temperatures + iPod Touch = iPod’s Death.
Don’t carry your iPod around in backpockets/places it can get bumped easily. If you keep it in your backpocket, there is the possibility of it either getting bent, or you sitting on it. And if it gets bumped, you could break the screen, scuff or even chip it.
Read recommendations and guidelines for cleaning your Apple computer, iPad, iPhone, iPod, display, or peripheral device.
The materials used to make Apple products vary; in some cases each product may have specific cleaning requirements, which may vary by the part you are cleaning. Here are some tips that apply to all products to get you started:
- Use only a soft, lint-free cloth. Abrasive cloths, towels, paper towels, and similar items may cause damage to the item.
- Disconnect your Apple product from any external power sources.
- Disconnect any external devices and other cabling from the product.
- Keep liquids away from the product.
- Don’t get moisture into any openings, and don’t use aerosol sprays, solvents, or abrasives.
- Do not spray cleaners directly onto the item.
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