You made a fairly substantial investment in your iPhone now you want to preserve its newness by looking after its appearance and any other iPhone maintenance it could benefit from.
There are some iPhone owners that believe that being as the iPhone is so similar to a mini computer that it requires some regular iPhone maintenance in much the same way a computer would. One of the suggestions they elude to is rebooting your iPhone on a regular basis. The general consensus seems to be once a week, although there are those who suggest that even once a day may be appropriate.
Protection Against The Elements:
You will often observe iPhone being carried out in plain view such as hooked onto an individuals belt, or in a shirt pocket. In these locations they are easily exposed to the weather such as rain, or even the sun. Its easy to protect them against this by using an iPhone case. There are some really impressive types to choose from. Of course they are available in colors and patterns as well. Some have a few added features, for example a place to store your credit cards. Some are cut out so you can utilize the basics of your iPhone. Then there are those that come with clips so you can easily attach it to you belt. Some people complain that the cases make the iPhone too bulky to fit into their pockets comfortably. There are many on the market that are ultra thin, and have addressed this problem.This is just one more way that you provide proper iPhone Maintenance.
Cleaning The Screen:
This is one part of iPhone maintenance that many people are nervous to do. Mainly because the screen is so sensitive to touch. It is a necessity however. The first thing you must be sure of is that you have plenty of time to do this, and you don’t rush it. The most important thing to remember is not to use any type of chemicals when cleaning it. Just plain water and a micro fiber cloth is all you require. Do not make the cloth too wet, water can damage the components. Another handy tip is not to rub in circles as this causes streaking. This should be done once a week or at least every two weeks.
Protecting Against Damage:
Its really not a wise idea to leave your iPhone laying around. It can easily get something spilt on it or perhaps get knocked off. These are small compact units and can easily go unseen. If not properly cared for the screen or the back can easily become scratched.
Skins For Protection:
The iPhones are prone to scratches. Although the screens are somewhat protected the backs of these units often end up with unsightly scuffs and scratches. There are numerous skins or protective covers that can be used to prevent this. Take your time and shop around for this item. Although there are lots on the market they are not all exactly the same. Some are contoured better than others. Then there are some that are ultra thin. They vary in price range as well. Eventually though before any damage takes place to your iPhone you need to obtain one.
If your batteries are not in prime condition then you are not going to get the most from your iPhone. There are a few things you can do to maintain them that will keep them in good working order. The first is the most simplest, use you iPhone. Once a month let the battery completely run out then fully recharge it.
Source by Dave Sanders