Apple’s new Polishing Cloth accessory has been a massive hit with the consumers. The overpriced screen cleaning cloth has over 2 months delivery time if it is ordered today. The new accessory was launched soon after the “Unleashed” event on October 18, 2021.
Update: Apple’s popular cleaning cloth is back in stock and is available on the company’s online store to order with a 2-3 days delivery timeframe.
Apple’s new $19 Polishing Cloth is sold out
Made with soft and nonabrasive material, the Polishing Cloth retails for $19.0 and it is suitable for cleaning all Apple displays, including nano-texture glass used in Pro Display XDR and iMac. A special cloth was shipped with the displays but was not available as a separate item in the company’s store.
However, the cleaning accessory is sold out and is unavailable for pickup at Apple retail stores. Firstly, the shipping time was pushed into November, and now it has dragged into December and January if it’s ordered this week. The company’s website gives a ” 2-3 months, Free Shipping” delivery date. In the meanwhile, consumers can opt for cheaper microfiber as an alternative to new Polishing cloth.
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