Question about white iPhone 4 and current screen protectors

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by mattdo93, May 2, 2011.

  1. mattdo93 macrumors 6502

    mattdo93

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    Hey guys, I was wondering if the current screen protectors for the black iPhone 4 will work on the new white one? As you may know, there's a noticeable, new proximity sensor on the white iPhone 4 that isn't on the black, so are today's screen protectors compatible with it? Or do they need a new cutout for the proximity sensor now? :confused:
     
  2. BlaqkAudio macrumors 6502

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    They have the same style proximity sensor (the pill shape). It's just not noticeable on the black because the sensor is also black. It's more noticeable in direct sunlight.
     
  3. alukado macrumors member

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    I agree. They didn't change the style of proximity sensor just for saving money ?
     
  4. arliu macrumors regular

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    If you have a screen protector on the white iphone 4, the sensor wont work. When youre on a call the screen light will stay on.
     
  5. lgreenberg macrumors 6502

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    Absolutely not true.
     
  6. Smtevo macrumors 6502

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    Wrong, mine works perfect.
     
  7. mattdo93 thread starter macrumors 6502

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  8. applefanatic32 macrumors newbie

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    If this was true...

    Don't you think it would be a little more of a big deal among iPhone 4 users? As mentioned above, the screen protectors made for the Black iPhone 4 are completely compatible with the white iPhone 4!

    Looks like someone was attempting to make a quick buck by promoting "White iPhone 4 screen protectors"! Congrats on your new White device :)
     
  9. mattdo93 thread starter macrumors 6502

    mattdo93

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    LOL! I don't have the white iPhone 4... yet. I want to trade with my friend whose contract ends May 10 and I was just wondering ;)
     
  10. Bfriedli macrumors newbie

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    There are issues with the screen protectors and the white iPhone. My white iPhone works fine with the screen protector. My wife's on the other hand had sensor issues. Unless screen protector was removed. Verizon went through 4 screen protectors and finally the 5th worked. Until I got home and remixes it wasnt on straight tried to adjust it and it stopped working again. Don't know if its the screen protectors or a major design flaw in the white iPhone. Going back tomorrow for the to go through another 2 packs of screen protectors to get it on straight and working. If there are special white iPhone screen protectors verizon doesn't have them.
     
  11. ChubZ macrumors regular

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    my sgp rear protector was causing my flash to blowout pictures.
     
  12. iMJustAGuy macrumors 68020

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    Actually it is true (maybe not all the time). And even the lady at AT&T said so the other day but I forgot all about it until mine wasn't working and I was searching the issue and came across this.

    In any event, why is this? It really sucks that my sensor isn't working just because I have a screen protector. I have the id America Dryice case with the included screen protector and it makes the phone look flawless. But I'm highly irritated with this issue. Are we going to get it a fix or is it a "don't use a screen protector then" type thing? Thanks.

    -Dale
     
  13. treeoflife macrumors member

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    Could anyone clarify this issue? I'm buying my dad a white iphone next week and I would like to get him a screen film as well. Thanks.
     
  14. Alaerian Guest

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    White iPhone 4.
    Zagg InvisibleShield on both front and back.
    No issues with either the proximity sensor or the flash. Sensor is covered by the shield, flash and camera lens are not via cutout.
     

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