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iPhone 16 Pro Max Frosted Glass?

  • YES

    Votes: 3 20.0%
  • NO

    Votes: 6 40.0%
  • Who cares?

    Votes: 6 40.0%

  • Total voters
    15

TracerAnalog

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Nov 7, 2012
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Having experienced the iPad M4 with frosted glass, I personally would love to have that option for the next iPhone! How about you?
 

Chevyguy2021

macrumors regular
Jun 18, 2017
226
169
I recently decided to try matte glass screen protectors on my m4 ipp (standard glass) and on my iPhone 15 pro max. Sure it cuts down on some clarity but I LOVE the feel and no fingerprints. Just feels so sleek and clean. This will be my new combo, matte glass protectors. I personally wouldn’t buy a nano/frosted screen as I would loose the ability to use glass screen protectors which has saved many of my devices over the years from drops and I assume prevented damage to the screen.
getting regular glass gives you and option to choose matte.
getting matte from Apple does not give you flexibilit, you’re stuck with it forever
 
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TracerAnalog

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Nov 7, 2012
691
1,271
I recently decided to try matte glass screen protectors on my m4 ipp (standard glass) and on my iPhone 15 pro max. Sure it cuts down on some clarity but I LOVE the feel and no fingerprints. Just feels so sleek and clean. This will be my new combo, matte glass protectors. I personally wouldn’t buy a nano/frosted screen as I would loose the ability to use glass screen protectors which has saved many of my devices over the years from drops and I assume prevented damage to the screen.
getting regular glass gives you and option to choose matte.
getting matte from Apple does not give you flexibilit, you’re stuck with it forever
Good point. Which protectors do you use?
 

Chevyguy2021

macrumors regular
Jun 18, 2017
226
169

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JemTheWire

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Jun 10, 2012
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Manchester (UK)
I use matte protector on my iPad Pro 11" M4. I was very dubious at first as I thought I would loose much of the clarity that an OLED screen brings. In reality, it does reduce sharpness just a touch, but the anti-glare aspect more than makes up for it.
 

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