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Belkin's new InvisiGlass Ultra and Anti-Glare screen protectors for iPhone X are now available to purchase.

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Left to right: Anti-Glare, InvisiGlass Ultra, and EasyAlign sticker

InvisiGlass Ultra is made with 0.21mm ion-strengthened glass supplied by Corning, the same manufacturer of iPhone display glass. Belkin says the screen protector improves the iPhone X's scratch resistance by up to three to five times, with up to a 25 percent increase in protection against cracking and breakage from drops.

The anti-glare screen protector is said to reduce harsh reflections from both sunlight and artificial lighting, allowing you to view the screen comfortably in bright conditions. The ultra-thin screen protector has an anti-scratch coating.

Both screen protectors include a cleaning cloth and so-called EasyAlign sticker in the box for easier installation at home. The anti-glare version can also be professionally installed at an Apple Store with Apple's ScreenCare+ application system.

Belkin's InvisiGlass Ultra and Anti-Glare screen protectors are $39.95 and $19.95 respectively on Apple's online store in the United States. Both are currently estimated to ship in one business day.

Article Link: Belkin's New iPhone X Screen Protectors Now Available
 
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hansenc

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I've got the $40 on my 8 Plus that they installed in store. Never used a screen protector before and I love this one. It does not wrap around due to the beveled edges of the iPhone but I don't mind. Gives good piece of mind, I baby my phone and yet it seems like every year I get some kind of scratch on the display that drives me crazy.
 
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Worth noting that these usually come with a two year warranty so if it does break then you should be able to get it replaced. So yes, it may be $40 for a screen protector but factor in the warranty and replacements which others don't offer and it turns out to be a good deal, especially if you're someone that breaks screen protectors regularly.
 
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Do they make one for the rear glass? That's the more expensive side when it comes to having Apple fix it—$549! I'd rather buy full back coverage and leave the front alone since it's only $29 to fix if you're on AppleCare+.
 
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Razeus

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I don't get why people used these. I never used one ever. I've never had a problem with screen scratches, even back in the day when iPhones were inferior to today's tech.

But then again, I've never cracked a screen, yet I see people with cracked screens all the time.
 
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hansenc

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Going to look much better on the X than it does on the old iPhones.
 
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I don't get why people used these. I never used one ever. I've never had a problem with screen scratches, even back in the day when iPhones were inferior to today's tech.

But then again, I've never cracked a screen, yet I see people with cracked screens all the time.


I’ve have never had a cracked screen either but I still put these on
 
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I don't get why people used these. I never used one ever. I've never had a problem with screen scratches, even back in the day when iPhones were inferior to today's tech.

But then again, I've never cracked a screen, yet I see people with cracked screens all the time.

With the iPhone upgrade program, I stopped worrying about scratching the screen. My 7 has micro scratches over a year of use. I much prefer not using a screen protector.
 
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