Installing Invisible Shield on iPhone 3Gs`

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by jshelton, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. jshelton macrumors 6502a

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    I am getting an iPhone in the next few weeks. I want to protect it, but I love the look of Apple products without cases and such.

    I really freak out when I think about getting water inside the phone while installing the Invisible Shield. How do you keep moisture from getting inside the phone, but still get the material wet enough to adhere?

    Thanks...
     
  2. tomwebster99 macrumors newbie

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    Just stick it on using a sensible amount of the spray. The iPhone is nowhere near as delicate as people seem to believe.

    Installed my invisible shield yesterday with no problems,
     
  3. Eric8199 macrumors 6502a

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    Same here and I used a TON of spray. No problems. Moisture sensors are still fine. I was concerned too, but it was all good. Just try to keep moisture away from the ports.

    Invisishield installs MUCH easier on the iPhone than the iPod Touch too, I learned. Plus, having done it once, I knew what I was doing and managed to do a better job. It's a pain though. Definitely watch the installation videos, and when you have bubbles when you are done, don't worry about it. Give it a chance and in a couple days, those bubbles will go away.

    Still like the sleek look of the naked phone, but prefer the no scratching with the invisishield. I wouldn't install anything else.
     

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