JETech case and glass screen protector - mini review

dinostars

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Jan 5, 2007
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I creep this forum all the time so I figured I'd make a (very small) contribution.

My iPhone 6S Plus case is by JETech: http://tinyurl.com/o6fgwcw

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The back is hard plastic and sides are a softer TPU material. The fit is snug and secure. Cut-outs are good, the volume and power buttons are covered but there's still lots of tactile feedback. I like the slim profile while still adding some grip to the sides, a naked iPhone feels too slick for me and I am prone to dropping.

I also have their tempered screen protector. http://tinyurl.com/ogsmp2k

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This is a 2.5D screen protector with a thickness of 0.33mm. I've had zero issues with 3D touch, including viewing the multitask windows from swiping the edge. Again, I think the cut-outs are fine and the case doesn't interfere with the glass which is nice. My only issue is that when I installed it, part of the left edge refused to adhere. You can see it in the picture above. Could be user error or a fluke but whatever, I can't notice it when the screen's on. I might email JETech about it to see if I can try my luck with another. Otherwise I'm very happy with it for the price I paid.

Hope this has been of help to someone!
 
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joseph34

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Sep 14, 2012
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I creep this forum all the time so I figured I'd make a (very small) contribution.

My iPhone 6 Plus case is by JETech: http://tinyurl.com/o6fgwcw

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The back is hard plastic and sides are a softer TPU material. The fit is snug and secure. Cut-outs are good, the volume and power buttons are covered but there's still lots of tactile feedback. I like the slim profile while still adding some grip to the sides, a naked iPhone feels too slick for me and I am prone to dropping.

I also have their tempered screen protector. http://tinyurl.com/ogsmp2k

View attachment 589008

This is a 2.5D screen protector with a thickness of 0.33mm. I've had zero issues with 3D touch, including viewing the multitask windows from swiping the edge. Again, I think the cut-outs are fine and the case doesn't interfere with the glass which is nice. My only issue is that when I installed it, part of the left edge refused to adhere. You can see it in the picture above. Could be user error or a fluke but whatever, I can't notice it when the screen's on. I might email JETech about it to see if I can try my luck with another. Otherwise I'm very happy with it for the price I paid.

Hope this has been of help to someone!
Do you know if the case fit on iPhone 6 plus not S?
I like so much the case but I don't know if it fits on my 6plus
Please let me know.
Thanks
 

Nhwhazup

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Sep 2, 2010
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Yeah I'm a little nutty when it comes to screen protectors. To my eye they have to look perfect or what's the point?

Looking through bubbles and dust or scratches - I don't know which is worse for me.
 

barryst

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Mar 10, 2009
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my jettech glass protector for my 6s is almost perfect.

issues:
- slight bubble line along bottom right side of screen
- probably more of a fault with the case i'm using, but when using the volume buttons it pushes against the protector creating a temporary bubble (more annoying than anything)

all this is not really noticeable at all when the screen is on. touch seems fine, 3d touch seems fine. accessing the switcher with the left edge 3d touch is a bit fiddly but I've heard that's the case in general.
 

ffnc1020

macrumors member
Apr 24, 2013
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Indiana
I thought this is some cheap off brand so I got the $8 two pack glass from Amazon as a temporary protector while searching for the real thing. It does have a slight gap along the edges but doesn't seem to catch lint or dust, it is pretty thick though. I have Speck Mightshell on and it works fine with it.
One big con of this thing is the glass is not as smooth as the other brand. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who owns a 6s.
 
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