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jackwins
Sep 15, 2010, 01:06 PM
I used a Powersupport privacy screen for my iPhone and I loved it because no one could spy on what I was doing. I am wondering if anyone uses the same privacy screen for their iPad? If so, what do you think of it? I am thinking of purchasing one.



Zodiak
Sep 15, 2010, 02:10 PM
I used a Powersupport privacy screen for my iPhone and I loved it because no one could spy on what I was doing. I am wondering if anyone uses the same privacy screen for their iPad? If so, what do you think of it? I am thinking of purchasing one.

I dont see the use for me, unless your incredibly paranoid or are doing something you should probably be doing in private (banking/etc) but the big problem i see with these screens is, seeing as they diminish the amount of directional light comming from your screen, they darken the screen. Meaning that you have to crank your brightness up much higher then you normally would. So much so sometimes that it starts getting into your battery time.

jackwins
Sep 15, 2010, 03:18 PM
I dont see the use for me, unless your incredibly paranoid or are doing something you should probably be doing in private (banking/etc) but the big problem i see with these screens is, seeing as they diminish the amount of directional light comming from your screen, they darken the screen. Meaning that you have to crank your brightness up much higher then you normally would. So much so sometimes that it starts getting into your battery time.

I make and make comments to contracts, and view government docs on my iPad. When I travel, people are really intrigued by the iPad and naturally get nosey. I dont mind the screen darkening a little. I never needed to crank up the brightness for my iPhone when I have a privacey protector on it.