iPad Invisible shield hd

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  1. macrumors 6502

    iPad Retina

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    Hi everyone, I'm planing to get a maximum/full body Invisible shield hd for my iPad 3/4 LTE. Also I have some questions:
    1.) If you have smart cover, will it dye the the film it self.

    2.) Can be used on the LTE version.

    3.) How does yours look if you have one.

    4.) What to do if you run out of liquid solution.

    5.) does it kinda have a small orange peel effect.

    Please respond back
     
  2. macrumors 601

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    Stay away from zagg

    I had it on my ipad 3 & had to replace the protector twice

    First time it started peeling around the home button

    Second time the back side started turning a different color , don't remember if it was yellow or what

    Go with ghost armor /kiosk

    Or do it yourself sgp/ power support
     
  3. thread starter macrumors 6502

    iPad Retina

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    But is it good for protection
     
  4. macrumors 601

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    Is the same as any other screen protector
     
  5. macrumors 68040

    Knowlege Bomb

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    I recommend Best Skins Ever. The cut is more precise than the invisible shields and cost about a third of what IS does. Their customer service is top notch too.
     
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    falconeight

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    Its fine especially if you get it on sale. They are all the same.
     
  7. macrumors member

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    Hope this helps

    1.) If you have smart cover, will it dye the the film it self.

    From excessive wear, you might see rub off from the smart cover, but the integrity of the film itself shouldn't be compromised.

    2.) Can be used on the LTE version.

    Yes

    3.) How does yours look if you have one.

    If it's installed properly you shouldn't be able to see it.

    4.) What to do if you run out of liquid solution.

    You can purchase more if you think you'll need it, but honestly you should only need this for installation.

    5.) does it kinda have a small orange peel effect.

    Over time and extended use, yes you'll see small areas that begin to peel upward. You can contact Zagg for a replacement. I've always experienced great customer support, and free replacements with them.

    Cheers,
    Chase
     
  8. macrumors member

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    You can use lcd screen cleaner if you run out of liquid.
     
  9. macrumors member

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    But stay away from the alcohol based ones. They will destroy the glue layer and leave a patch that is slightly clearer on the protectors.

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    Agreed. Stay away from Zagg. Their stuff has been going downhill for awhile.
     

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