Tag - Screen Protector
We're firm believers in protecting your tech as best you can, and when that comes to your iPhone, we think that includes keeping a screen protector on it at all times. Screen protectors get a bad rap, sometimes, for feeling strange or dampening the responsiveness of your touch screen. That's why we're here to check out a glass screen protector designed to protect your phone without feeling like it doesn't belong there. Today, we check out a screen by the folks over at Cygnett: The AreoCurve.
We've all been there: you drop a lot of money on a brand new phone, and three days into using it, you gouge the screen with your keys. Sure, the iPhone 6s has stronger glass than previous iPhones, but they still do scratch. To prevent damage, or further damage, we highly recommend applying a screen protector, like Case-Mate's iPhone 6/6s Glass Screen Protector.
Apple is apparently trying to help people with a tendency to crack or smash their iPhone display, with two initiatives to help before and after the screen is damaged. It is claimed Apple will soon provide credit for iPhone trade-ins with cracks or damage to the screen or buttons, while some Apple Store outlets in Japan are apparently offering the installations of screen protectors onto devices on behalf of the customer.
NewerTech has introduced an update to its line of Impact X-Orbing Screen Armor, now available for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Featuring military grade, triple-layer protection, the self-adhesive layer requires no water or other liquids for easy, bubble-free installation. the screen protector is compatible with cases, and includes a lifetime limited warranty.
Ahead of the retail release of the new family of iPhone 6 smartphones, Tylt has announced that it is coming out with three new products by the end of the year for the devices. Two different screen protectors are rolling out, including a new version of the Alin screen protector. While the standard plastic version will be available for around $20, Tylt is offering a glass version for the first time for $35. Both come with an alignment tool to ensure the correct fit.
Rugged accessories producer Otterbox has announced its introduction of a new screen protection product for iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S5. The Alpha Glass consists of fortified glass that features reactive touch and anti-shatter properties. Suitable for standalone use as a screen protector, Alpha Glass is installed by lightly coating the protector with its accompanied alcohol wipe, clean with the microfiber cloth and align it against the screen. Gentle pressure secures the protector, pushing out air that can create bubbles. Alpha Glass is removable, with no leftover residue. Priced at $30, the new screen protectors can be purchased online through Otterbox.
Portable power and wireless charging manufacturer, Tylt, has today introduced its Energi Sliding Power Case and Alin Screen Protector for the newly released Samsung Galaxy S5. The Energi Sliding Power Case pairs portable charging with physical protection, and is equipped with a 2,800mAh internal battery that is double the capacity of the Galaxy S5. The ALIN screen protector facilitates an easy installation, with its accompanying alignment tool. Four screen protectors are provided, with each featuring two removable tabs to avoid fingerprints during the application process.
The two main accessories a new iPad 2 owner would be looking for right after buying would be a screen protector (to help cut down on the smudginess of oily fingerprints) and a protective case for transporting the iPad 2. Among the many companies offering these, new items from Moshi and Mivizu fit the bill, with a "no-bubble guaranteed" screen protector and Smart Cover-style magnetic case, respectively.
SwitchEasy has launched a new case and three screen protectors for the iPod touch 4G. The case is the SwitchEasy Nude, an ultra-thin polycarbonate design that is only 1mm thick. It has a UV- and scratch-resistant gloss coating and offers easy access to buttons, with cutaways for the power and volume switches. It comes with a pair of data port and audio jack protectors and antistatic screen guards. The new case is available in semi-transparent black or clear and is shipping now for $20.
SwitchEasy has launched two lines of iPhone 4 screen protectors, the Pure and the Pure +. The PureProtect, one of four products in the Pure series, is a scratch-resistant glossy membrane, arriving with three guards, while the PureAntiReflect is a matte finish guard that ships in a pair. The PureReflect is a mirrored, gloss design, while the PurePrivacy limits the viewing angle to help reduce readability from the sides. The PurePrivacy and PureReflect each arrive with a single guard.