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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by TechNismo, Nov 6, 2017.
Would having a full glass screen protector (that also cover the top sensors) interfere with Face ID?
Possibly. If it refracts some of the dot sensors, it may not read the face correctly.
Better you get one with the cutout for the notch...
I have full screen and it’s fine.
It can affect the proximity sensor. No point in covering up the notch.
I have full screen glass protector and it works fine
Originally I had the screen protector that has the notch cutout, and a few days ago I switched to one the covers it. Makes absolutely no difference.
It probably will.
I have one that covers over the notch and FaceID works perfectly fine.
I stopped using screen protectors a few phones ago. I continually had more problems with them than without.
No screen protector since 2008. Why place something in between so that you don't feel the real thing at all.
I have been using screen protector right from the day 1 and not faced any problem at all.
I always use a screen protector. And on the XS I'm using one that covers the notch, and I have no problems at all.
I never go without, as the oleophobic coating on every screen wears of after about 3 months. And then it's finger-smudge city. With no screen protector, your screwed. With screen protector, you just put on a new one, and everything clean and smudge free again.
Been using screen protectors on my iPhone since 4S. No case. On the XS Max I went full screen that covers notch area. To me look betters and no issues what so ever. Face ID works fine and proximity as well. On previous X went full screen as well.
I have been trying different screen protectors and my most recent one is a full coverage privacy glass one. No difference with FaceID between having a cutout and not, if anything it seemed to help as I can now unlock my phone at impressive off-angles.