IPad pro 12.9 tgsp ...good or bad idea?

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  1. Ascarafarastane macrumors newbie

    Ascarafarastane

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    I just bought a SPARIN tempered glass for the screen of my iPad pro 12.9, but now that I have purchase it I feel nor so sure about it; I mean, is it useful for my iPad to have a screen protector for safety or it will only reduce the sensibility of the screen and maybe add some glare? What do you think? Thanks =)
     
  2. Eric5273 macrumors 6502a

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    I always felt the way you do about screen protectors. However, recently I installed a Zagg tempered glass on my iPhone 7 and have found absolutely no sensitivity loss. I play some action games on my iPhone, and any loss of sensitivity would be very noticeable for me. If it's a good tempered glass protector, then I don't see any downside of using it. The only annoyance I have found is trying to get the screen protector installed straight. I'm OCD about such things and found it difficult to get it straight, but after 3 tries I got it close enough. I'd imagine that a large screen protector for the iPad Pro would be even more difficult to install than on a small iPhone.
     
  3. nightlong macrumors 6502a

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    I use a glass screen protector on 12.9 iPad ... no loss of screen quality or sensitivity, easier to clean, works well with Apple Pencil, is a little more reflective, easier to put on than film versions.
     
  4. Ascarafarastane thread starter macrumors newbie

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    do you think a product like Bestskinever would be better? I mean, for reflectiveness..
     
  5. nightlong macrumors 6502a

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    Sorry, can't help, I don't know that product.

    I don't like matte protectors, I just position the iPad to avoid severe reflections.
     

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