When it comes to Apple products or simply any other tech gadget, cleaning is the most difficult task. You have to overcome a lot of hurdles to clean your tech equipment without getting it damaged, that is why the whole cleaning process is quite difficult to perform.
As for Apple products, cleaning your iPhone speakers can be very hectic, the area is quite sensitive and one wrong move can cost you a new set of speakers in your mobile. That is why to help you overcome the situation carefully, we have prepared a step-by-step guide. So make sure to follow it to avoid any issues, let’s get started.
Method 1: Use a Brush with a Soft Bristle
The first method to clean your iPhone speakers involves a brush with a soft bristle. Even Apple itself recommends users use soft bristles brushes in order to keep the speakers clean.
Apple recommends using a soft bristles brush to clean the speakers.
- Take off any covers or screen protectors that may be attached to your iPhone.
- To see what you’re working with, shine a flashlight into the speaker apertures.
- Check that the brush you’re about to use is soft-bristled, clean, and dry to ensure that it won’t do any damage to the surface. Makeup brushes or paintbrushes can be used for this purpose.
- Begin by softly brushing from side to side, angling the brush so that dust is brushed out rather than forced into the speaker.
- Repeat this process many times, tapping the brush between each stroke to remove any excess dust.
- Remove any excess dust from the lower speaker holes near the charging port by brushing them with a soft bristles brush. Insert the bristles into the holes gently, rotate the bristles gently, and then remove the bristles to remove dust and debris.
Method 2: By Using a Painter’s Tape
Painting with masking tape or using painter’s tape is another popular way. This type of tape isn’t as strong as other types, and it won’t leave any residue on your phone as other types do.
- Take off the case and screen protector to make it easier to access the speakers.
- Make use of your flashlight to get a better look at the trash.
- Sticky side down, wrap a small strip of painter’s tape around the tip of your finger and secure it in place.
- Place your finger over the receiving speaker and roll it from side to side to gather any dust that may have accumulated. It is not necessary to apply excessive pressure; only enough pressure is required for the tape to reach into the speaker.
- To be effective on the smaller speaker holes at the bottom of your phone, you will need to roll the tape into a more pointed shape.
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