iPad Pro Anti glare protector

Discussion in 'iPad Accessories' started by ftlum, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. ftlum macrumors regular

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    Hi All.

    I'm considering changing my tempered glass screen protector to an anti glare/ matte one on my 12.9 iPad Pro. I understand that the matte texture makes the pencil writing feel better. However, a long time ago I tried a Power Support brand on my iPhone and hated the blurriness and rainbows. Fingerprints were worse too.

    I probably won't use the pencil a lot-- I'm mainly using the iPad to watch videos and read books. However if the quality of anti glare protectors has improved a lot over the years, I'd put one on. I don't want to use the iPad without a protector in general (I worry about my kids damaging the screen).

    I've read that the Green Onions brand of anti glare protector is not bad, but if visibility is comprised, I'll stick with tempered glass. If there is a brand of anti glare screen protector that doesn't adversely affect visibility, please let me know which one you like.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. TrueBlou macrumors demi-god

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    All matte screen protectors will make the image slightly softer, there's no avoiding that it's a side effect they can't get rid of. Most half decent ones have all but eliminated the rainbow effect though.

    While I normally don't like them because of the softness of the image I like the feel of using the Pencil with one enough to compromise on that. I'm currently using Tech Armour and I've not had any rainbow issues.

    But if your not going to be using the Pencil a lot your not missing out on anything by saying with the tempered glass.
     
  3. nzreg macrumors member

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    Try the Moshe Ivisor, I had one on my ipad3 for four years and worked like a charm, I now have one on my 12.9 pro and besides being extra easy to install it's improved the feel of the pencil on the screen.
     

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