By now, most people should know that the best known steps for avoiding the contraction or spread of the coronavirus. The need for near-constant hand-washing, avoiding touching your face, lessening physical contact, touching surfaces in public and sneezing into a tissue have been drummed into us all over the last few weeks.
However, we’re also told to frequently disinfect regularly-touched objects and surfaces. So, what about the tech we spend all day mauling? How do we keep our phones and laptops free of those potentially nasty germs without risking damage to the expensive items?
In the case of Apple, the company has just updated a support page with details on how to disinfect an iPhone, seemingly after some probing from Gizmodo and other sites.
The company says that as long as you’re…