iphone 6 case and screen protector combo

sannesley

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Bought an iphone 6 and looking for a case and screen protector to put on the phone before I let it out into the wild.

On my iphone 5s I had a zagg invisishield in combination with casemate tough two part case. there were some minor fitment issues in that the internal rubber part of the case wrapped slightly around the edge of the screen and lifted the invisishield protector slightly in small areas around the edge of the screen protector.

I would like the same level of protection for my iphone 6 but without the potential fitment issues.

What protection does anyone here have on their phone?
 

XRichard23

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Mar 18, 2015
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No issues with lifting? I've heard mixed reviews.
Absolutely no issues with lifting for me. I am in my 3rd screen protector as my infant daughter seems to find my phone each time I switch to my thin case and breaks the screen protector. Never an issue with lifting
 
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willmtaylor

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Absolutely no issues with lifting for me. I am in my 3rd screen protector as my infant daughter seems to find my phone each time I switch to my thin case and breaks the screen protector. Never an issue with lifting
Good to hear. I have a CrashGuard on my phone now with a busted screen, but I'm getting my screen replaced on Thursday. I have an Ice Max 3D waiting.
 

willmtaylor

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Oct 31, 2009
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Absolutely no issues with lifting for me. I am in my 3rd screen protector as my infant daughter seems to find my phone each time I switch to my thin case and breaks the screen protector. Never an issue with lifting
Crap. Just realized I have a PlayProof, not a CrashGuard. How embarassing. :oops:
 

XRichard23

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Mar 18, 2015
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Crap. Just realized I have a PlayProof, not a CrashGuard. How embarassing. :oops:
Yeah that's what I have, they go great together. In fact I had the crash guard but it would bow out on the sides a bit with the ice max. So I got the Playproof and that's no longer an issue
 

6thDAY

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Apr 14, 2010
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Yeah that's what I have, they go great together. In fact I had the crash guard but it would bow out on the sides a bit with the ice max. So I got the Playproof and that's no longer an issue
I'm using the CrashGuard right now and looking for an E2E glass protector that doesn't cause the lip of the bumper to lift.

I was thinking of getting the Ice Max, but from your statements, it looks like it's a no go :(
 

matthew.murillo951

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Sep 27, 2015
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I recommend the Daswise E2E tempered glass. It's a little on the thick side, but if that's not an issue for you, then I'd go with that. No halo edge effect and very simple to put on. Can't beat be price either.
 

willmtaylor

macrumors G4
Oct 31, 2009
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I recommend the Daswise E2E tempered glass. It's a little on the thick side, but if that's not an issue for you, then I'd go with that. No halo edge effect and very simple to put on. Can't beat be price either.
Reports have been mixed about the Daseise on these forums. While some have had good results, many have complained about lifting and/or dust and debris getting under the edges. YMMV.
 
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