iPad Pro Screen protector + pencil?

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  1. SS4Luck macrumors regular

    SS4Luck

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    what screen protectors are people using with the AP and not seeing any negative impacts of accuracy or anything with their apple pencil??

    I'm looking at the ballistic tech armor currently
     
  2. malandra macrumors regular

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    I have a $18 glass screen protector from Amazon. I don't love it, but I have had zero issues using the pencil.
     
  3. marmiteturkey macrumors 6502

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    I have the tech armour glass one - cost a bit more, but it was very easy to put on, has nicely beveled edges and hasn't impacted on the pencil's accuracy. It DOES impact on the touch sensitivity a little - I have to swipe a little more 'deliberately' than before, esp with multitouch - but worth it, as a scratch on this screen would KILL me and a replacement screen is apparently something like £400.
     
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  5. malandra macrumors regular

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    I just got the Skinomi matte screen protector in the post, I'll report back when I work up the fearlessness I need to install it. I'm busy creating a dust free chamber in which to attempt the job
     
  6. PattyMc macrumors regular

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    Easiest way to cut down on dust for the install is to run the shower in bathroom on hot water and steam up the room, really does help!
     
  7. malandra macrumors regular

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    The bathroom is going to be my dust free zone--just have to mop first:)
     
  8. malandra macrumors regular

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    Ok, I had a fairly painless skinomi matte install last night. No air bubbles and a single speck of dust in spite of my extreme efforts to get it on dustless--did it in a steamy clean bathroom.

    The good news? No glare, no fingerprints, and the working with the pencil is really nice. The tiniest bit of drag on the tip, which makes it feel like a real pencil.

    The bad: there's a minute screen door effect, especially on a white screen. As I'm mostly working in Word and Notes here, I don't know if I can get used to this or not:/

    But the pencil is not an issue.
     

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