Anti Blue Light?

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by arthertbc0702, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. arthertbc0702 macrumors member

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    Hey all,

    How's it going? Hope everyone is in the best of moods and health. :)

    I've been looking online for new screen protectors for my iPhone 6+.

    I first used the Spigen Glas.tr, but boy did that suck. I had it on for around a month and it started chipping at the sides. I am generally very careful with my phone, so to me, that just seems to be a sign of very poor quality.

    So, i've been looking for a replacement and I was wondering if this whole anti blue light thing and its claims are verifiable? Does anyone know if it really makes a difference at all?

    This is the one product that caught my eye:

    http://www.qdossound.com/protection/optiguard-glass-blue-iphone-6-plus-screen-protector?id=616

    Thanks all!
     
  2. xreei macrumors member

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    I've seen other manufacturers with this 'anti-bluelight' marketing too, I call it bull. :rolleyes: They need something to separate their identical products flooding the market right now for cheap.

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  3. arthertbc0702 thread starter macrumors member

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    if only there was a way to test their claims. Like you know, with a scratch test, all you gotta do is scratch the thing. But I doubt testing blue light involves anything remotely close to shining a blue coloured light at the thing. haha
     

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