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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by accountforit, Sep 9, 2014.
.....with the curved sides of iPhone 6.
Sweet thread! Awesome story!
Seems like the wet-to-apply screen protectors will be the only option from now on :-/
Incorrect. You do know there have been lots of Android and Lumia phones with curved displays? You think there aren't any screen protectors for them. I happen to have a couple of curved displays. Wet application is usually the best option though.
Wet skin for the back, but I'm going to wait for a tempered glass screen protector with curved edges. If cars can have curved glass windshields, these guys will will push the limits for a quick buck. Sent from my iPad.
Where did anyone state a screen protector wouldn't exist? It will just be more obvious to the touch (and possibly to see), and will also have the possibility of easier unwanted lifting.
Are you here on Macrumors to discuss or just to try to make every thread seem worthless? It was just an observation.
You might think that would be the case, and maybe it is with cheap screen protectors, but I have one on my Lumia 925 and unless you look very close, you can't even tell it is there, plus it feels like glass. And there is no lifting either.
You just have to buy a quality one and know how to apply via wet application. Patience is key. As is a bit of blue masking tape.