Power Support Anti-Glare SP for iPhone 6S/6S Plus

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  1. TL24, Oct 20, 2015
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    I just bought and installed Power Supports Anti-Glare Screen Protector and I must say - they've done a lot of work to this one!

    I previously tried using this line on my 5S in the past but back then their Anti-Glare, like all others, just didn't offer that clarity of standard screen protectors. So when I stopped by the Apple Store at the mall while the wife was shopping, I couldn't believe my eyes when I took out the screen protector from the packaging and placed it on my 6S Plus! You couldnt even tell it was there like before! Power Support must have heard everyone's feedback (including mines) and have truly changed the game with their Anti-Glare screen protectors. Whatever materials they are using now has made a huge and I mean huge difference in quality. The anti-glare is awesome, smudges aren't even there at all anymore and the clarity is as good as glass! My only complaint is that the side cutoff aren't wide enough, they're wide enough to cover the screen but you have to be perfect on the placement or you'll notice the glass from the screen protector itself. Just give it a few tries and be sure to place it on your phone spot on, one you do you'll love this anti-glare screen protector.

    If you were out off by anti-glare screen protectors before then fear no more, this is the one to get and the great part about is that Apple carries them at their retail stores. Do yourself a favor and give it a shot, you will NOT be disappointed!

    *UPDATE*

    Here are some pictures I snapped:

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    I read somewhere that the cut on this protector is much better than the Apple Store version if ordered directly form Power Support.
     
  4. TL24 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    I will take some pictures and post them up tonight, I wanted to do that last night but didn't have time.
     
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    Really!? Hhhmmm might have to order them directly through Power Support then.
     
  6. Jaw3000 macrumors regular

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    I'd love to see some pics too. Do Apple Stores sell the Power Support Crystal film as well, or just anti-glare? I wonder what the difference is like now if the anti-glare has been improved.
     
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    The biggest difference is clarity, you still have a very very minor grain look but it's hardly noticeable like their previous anti-glare s/p's.

    I only saw the Anti-Glare s/p's and no Crystal s/p's at the Apple Store that I went to.

    I will take and post pictures later tonight.
     
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    Based on this video is recommend purchasing the s/p from their website instead of the Apple Store. Not sure why the cutouts are different but this doesn't bother me at all.

     
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    This is exactly what I was talking about. It's quite a significant difference too. Personally, I wouldn't buy the Apple Store version.
     
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    Yeah I wish I would have known about it ahead of time but oh well, I'm not too bothered by it.
     
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    Then it doesn't matter at all. Enjoy your phone!
     
  13. Jaw3000, Oct 21, 2015
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    Any rainbowing with the antiglare? It looks like there might be some in one of the side pictures. It also looks like the sides are cut narrower than the screen by a hair - if not, it's awfully close.
     
  14. TL24, Oct 22, 2015
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    No there is no rainbowing effect, it's just the way the picture turned out when I took them from the wife's 6. You are correct as well on the side cuts, they're very narrow and you must properly align them to avoid having a viewing angle issue. I honestly got it right the 2nd time around so it's not too bad.

    I'm sure the one from Power Support directly has better cut outs so I'd go that route if you plan on going with this s/p.
     
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    I've been using power support for years. Since the iPhone 3G. Problem is, the screen protector scratches extremely easily. It got to the point at I was going through 2 a month on my iPhone 6. I said enough is enough and got a tempered glass protector. I sent power support 5 emails over the course of 10 weeks. One about every 2 weeks. Never got back to me. Really disappointed in them.
     
  16. ricktat macrumors 65816

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    Apple makes them cut the home button out more to be sold at the Apple store. This is the same with the Belkin and Tech 21 sold at Apple stores.

    I currently have the Tech 21 and the home button cutout doesn't bother me. If it was edge it edge it would be odd... but no big deal like it is.
     

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