iPhone 6s Screen Manufacturing variance?

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  1. Beezy253, Oct 1, 2015
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    Beezy253 macrumors 6502

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    After having issues with my Maxboost brand Glass Screen Protector not sealing around the edges of the screen properly, I sent and eMail to Maxboost.
    We messaged back and forth, and finally, they asked for my Serial number, which I gave them. (Week 37 unit)

    Finally got an email, and Maxboost claims that because of Apple having so many Manufacturing Partners manufacturing the screens, there is now a Variance in Specs.
    They are going to contact Apple to get an official word, before they can start coming up with a fix.

    Maxboost also said that only a small percentage of 6s Customers are experiencing issues with their screen protectors not properly adhering to the screens, around the edges. (This could mean that some screens have a curved edge, and some don't?)


    Anyone out there have have a 6 & 6s, and can compare the screen edges for me?
     
  2. darrinS macrumors regular

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    I remember last year reading something very similar with the 6 series. From what I recall, no two screens are exactly identical. The edge to edge screen protectors have difficulties adhering perfectly. I remember some companies having a black border around some of them to compensate for the differences.
     
  3. Beezy253 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Intersting.. Maxboost didn't mention anything about customers having issues with the 6.

    I'm curious to see what Apples response will be.
     

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