PS crystal came today.

richxps

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Man don't know if I should remove my zagg screen and put th PS on, zagg is in perfect.
 

albert1028

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Jun 29, 2007
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Are there any videos that show how to install PS SP?
It's not too difficult, just rip off a section and apply it slowly, don't be afraid, you can easily fix if it is not aligned correctly, might take a while the first few times.

Keep a bottle of compressed air around to help keep dust away after cleaning the screen.
 

jps1012

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Jun 23, 2010
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It's not too difficult, just rip off a section and apply it slowly, don't be afraid, you can easily fix if it is not aligned correctly, might take a while the first few times.

Keep a bottle of compressed air around to help keep dust away after cleaning the screen.
I am so nervous to put this thing on and mess it up. So u wipe it with the cloth then spray the air on the screen? Thanks
 

ludawg23

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Jun 11, 2010
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I am so nervous to put this thing on and mess it up. So u wipe it with the cloth then spray the air on the screen? Thanks
PS films do not require a wet install, it's static cling. Just put it on, readjust or take it off and start over if you must.

MAN UP!
 

reliantj

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Sep 8, 2008
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Wait. Is PS like a Zagg with the solution?
i actually have no clue to what kind of screen protector Power Support is whether it be like a zagg(rubbery) or like the thin sheets of plastic.

But i've found that with the plastic type, i was able to apply it easily by spraying a little water on the adhesive side to help it slide on right. then using a squeegee to remove the water, in the same manner as a wet install.
 

liamkp

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i actually have no clue to what kind of screen protector Power Support is whether it be like a zagg(rubbery) or like the thin sheets of plastic.

But i've found that with the plastic type, i was able to apply it easily by spraying a little water on the adhesive side to help it slide on right. then using a squeegee to remove the water, in the same manner as a wet install.
Hmmmmmm... I think i would prefer BSE; alot cheaper for the same stuff.
 

ludawg23

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Jun 11, 2010
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Hmmmmmm... I think i would prefer BSE; alot cheaper for the same stuff.
You obviously have never owned a PS film ;)

They are the best films in the industry IMO and many on here who have owned one will attest to that.

It does not hinder or compromise the front display, goes on easily and is unnoticeable.

Pricey but worth the money. Check out the review for the iPhone 4

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/979638/
 

reliantj

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Sep 8, 2008
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Hmmmmmm... I think i would prefer BSE; alot cheaper for the same stuff.
yeah price is a huge factor. people on the forums have their opinions in which is the best. I don't really have an opinion. I just go by the best price i can get something at.

again, being a best buy employee, i get a full body zagg for $8 and a free install by a coworker/friend if i chose. but i don't trust them haha.
 

liamkp

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You obviously have never owned a PS film ;)

They are the best films in the industry IMO and many on here who have owned one will attest to that.

It does not hinder or compromise the front display, goes on easily and is unnoticeable.

Pricey but worth the money. Check out the review for the iPhone 4

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/979638/
Nope.
yeah price is a huge factor. people on the forums have their opinions in which is the best. I don't really have an opinion. I just go by the best price i can get something at.

again, being a best buy employee, i get a full body zagg for $8 and a free install by a coworker/friend if i chose. but i don't trust them haha.
Thats awesome! Well the invisible sheild part at least.
 

jr.dsgn

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Nov 14, 2009
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im skeptical about removing my zagg as well...aside from the "orange peel," which is very minimal - i dont understand all the OCD about it, it has done a great job protecting my phone from everything...are the PS films thick like the zagg?...do they offer the same protection or is it sacrificed for aesthetics?...thanks in advance
 

Branskins

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Dec 8, 2008
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PS feels like the glass still. ZAGG feels a little tacky. The PS crystal one is...crystal clear! My ZAGG seems a little "cloudy" and every ZAGG that I have owned has had a weird cloudy effect.

I also get these hairline marks in my ZAGG after applying them on my screen. Before you say I applied them wrong, it has happened twice to me, once with Best Buy installing them and once when I did it.

All those factors make me want to switch pretty easily :)
 

S1njin

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May 3, 2010
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I'm going to keep my Zagg on the back, and the PS Crystal on the front. I think Zagg is more durable than any others, but it looks and feels like crap. However, since its on the back of my phone, I'll take the uber protection over clarity and feel.
 

thesumokid

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Jul 29, 2010
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def take off the zagg. ive heard the ps is amazing. dont u have nasty orange peel on ur zagg anyways?
 
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