Best Screen Protector?

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  1. MrT21 macrumors newbie

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    whats the best screen protector for the iphone 4 guys?
    Thanks in Advanced
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  2. Jumpman2033 macrumors regular

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    I really like my Power Support Anti-Glare, but it is certainly not for everyone. It does take away from the resolution, but it just about eliminates oil and smudges. It's also smoother than the glass or other protectors.
     
  3. eNcrypTioN macrumors 6502

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    Invisible Shield has been great on all the devices I've owned.
     
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  5. weisjt macrumors 6502a

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    power support, any of there shields are great.

    sgp , same here all of there shields are great and the crystal ones are my favorite.

    wrapsol, it comes with lifetime warranty and adds alot of protection to the phone.

    lucky labs, you can get a few cool back covers for your phone in different colors and textures.
     
  6. shakeman0 macrumors 6502a

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    I've been using the Invisibleshield designed to work with cases. I really like it! The feel of the protector doesn't bother me, and the install worked great.
     
  7. i3igsmooth5769 macrumors 6502a

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    I would also go with the Powersupport antiglare if you want a screen that wont constantly show smudges. If youre after clarity...then just go with the crystal.
     
  8. garetjax27 macrumors newbie

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    I would avoid Zagg or any of its derivatives for a screen protector. The protector, while providing terrific protetction, exhibits an "orange peel" texture which can make viewing your display very annoying. If you want a clear, uninhibited view through to your screen, Zagg is not it.
     
  9. Infraggable Kru macrumors regular

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    The PS antiglare seems to be the best matte one

    but every antiglare will degrade the retina display resolution, add graininess to solid colors and lower color intensities

    I've heard good things about the SGP crystal and oleophobic screen protectors
     
  10. Meltdownblitz macrumors 65816

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    I do agree, thats why I perfer a crystal clear one even though it shows fingerprints. And thats why the oleophobic is supposed to be a good screen protector because it cuts down make up and face oils, although I have yet to try it.
     
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    I like phantomskinz. Not their front antiglare though. It degrades the resolution alot. But, I like their matte back protector and the front crystal is nice as well.
     
  13. luci216 macrumors member

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    powersupport, for sure :]

    I bought an Invisible Shield at first, but it really sucks. No matter how many times I attempted to reapply it, it still had weird lines on my retina display, as well as a weird texture. Now, with the powersupport crystal, the retina display looks unaffected and beautiful. It's like nothing's there :]
     
  14. CZK macrumors 6502a

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    CHeapest you can get on ebay. Bought around 70 sets for less than 5 bucks on ebay and they are as good as the ones that are like 19.99 for a couples of sets on random websites.
     
  15. AndrewTieu macrumors member

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    I have a clear Phantom Skinz. Its perfect! With other shield like Power Support. You would have to replace it every month. It just scratches and it looks horrible later on. Phantom Skinz offers two for the price of one!
     
  16. vong macrumors 6502a

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    power support.

    tried IS (invis shield) but it was too rubbery, felt like my fingers burned when i tried to play games like fruit ninja
     
  17. Jumpman2033 macrumors regular

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  18. esfrost macrumors member

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    Im currently using the SGP oleophobic screen protector on my i4, and i must say that this is one of the best protectors i've used. Theres only one thing i dont like, the word oleophobic, its not that good, it still get smudges from my fingers, but thank god, its pretty easy to wipe them off.
     
  19. Meltdownblitz macrumors 65816

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    I've been dying to try one, just a huge pain to install screen protectors.
     
  20. barkingDog macrumors regular

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    Do you have a link to said seller? (I did scan eBay, but nothing I found came close to $5 for 70.)

    If anything, I'd pick up a bunch of cheapies just to practice installing them. I'm OCD when it comes to these things: one speck of dust under them, and I can't live with it. And I suck at putting these on. :(
     
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  22. Meltdownblitz macrumors 65816

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    For sure. I'm the same exact way. I'd like to see a deal 5 for 70 as well.
     
  23. TITNTUFF macrumors regular

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    Phone Devil

    I like phonedevil screen protectors. Has really held up great for me.
     
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    Are the corners peeling after a while? I have a crystal front film from SGP and one of the corners peels up after just one day.
     

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