IP4 front glass durability....

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by gravytrain84, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. gravytrain84 macrumors 6502a

    gravytrain84

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    How has everyones front glass been holding up against scratches? I bought a zagg screen cover but that quickly went to **** as soon as I put my case back on, NEVER again will I touch their products. I guess I'll chance it until otterbox is out.
     
  2. macbookpro45 macrumors 6502

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    You need to give the zagg at least a week for it to settle in. I tried putting a case on with the zagg and it just made the zagg shield bubble up. They put a new one on for me for free, and, after waiting a week, it works great. I have scratched the screen with my key and there have been no marks on the zagg.
     
  3. TSX macrumors 68030

    TSX

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    I personally don't like otter box, the thing looks like an iPhone trapped in a brick, But that's just me. It takes away from the niceness of the phone.
     
  4. vile macrumors member

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    Have my iPhone4 since launch date, no shield only bumper. Always carry it around with me in my pocket (the pocket without keys etc. though) and haven't got a single scratch on the front glass.
     
  5. gravytrain84 thread starter macrumors 6502a

    gravytrain84

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    A week??????? Thats ridiculous, no way I was leaving my phone out of the case for a week.
     
  6. Drag'nGT macrumors 68000

    Drag'nGT

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    There are a ton of us who use Zagg and love their products. You do know that you have to let it cure for 24hrs first. I was able to use the Zagg front screen protector and change out cases for 2 years without it peeling.

    Edit: Just saw someone said a week. Nah, the box says 12-24hrs.
     
  7. boshii macrumors 68040

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    it takes time for the shield to cure. the longer you wait, the better.
     

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