Me too. A scratched screen drives me straight up a tree. No joke - i'll lose sleep over a scratched screen.I've had a screen protector on every iPhone I've ever owned. Won't be changing that now.
I just wipe it off.For those who don't use screen protectors....how do you go about removing debris stuck on the phone? In the past, I have just used my nail on the screen protector, but would't feel comfortable doing that on the actual phone screen.
A scratched screen would drive me bananas. I've never scratched a screen, so I don't know how people do that short of storing their phone in their pocket with a collection of sharp keys, or using it as a cutting board or something.I always install a screen protector on a new phone. Usually right there in the store. Bodygardz is my preferred brand. Anti-glare.
Me too. A scratched screen drives me straight up a tree. No joke - i'll lose sleep over a scratched screen.
What case are you using? Is there a version for the Plus out by some chance?My opinion - you're asking for trouble by NOT using a screen protector.
It just takes one drop--even with a good case--for the screen to scratch, crack, or shatter.
Use something like Skinomi or InvisibleShield, and your phone's screen will not scratch, crack, or shatter. When you go to resell the phone, it'll be in great shape.
Just to show you how much of a life saver screen protectors/cases are, check out my attached picture. My iPhone 5S was BENT by accidentally slamming it in a car door not once, but twice (I stupidly thought my seat belt was caught in the door, closed it again and discovered the iPhone). Without my case and Skinomi, the 5S would have broken. With the case and protector, the 5S survived with no scratches and the screen in tact. So much so that the Apple store gave me a new 5S because they just assumed the body warped over time.