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Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by iPad Retina, Dec 30, 2013.
What is a good screen protector besides wet installs post a pic
im sure there are plenty of these threads if you search
Sounds like you're assuming that wet install screen protectors are good. Why is that? What do you find to be preferable about them? What are you preferences and priorities for a screen protector in general? What's your budget? Don't just assume that your notion of "good" is universal no matter what the topic. Screen protectors are a very common topic here and you really should look through existing threads.
Even those that use screen protectors don't all prefer the same screen protector. If you want recommendations (on any topic) you need to provide as much info as possible on what you're looking for. Give people something to work with to narrow down the options for you.
I have a glass screen protector, so far so good.
from what i got from his post, he's looking for "screen protectors besides wet installs". i assumed he wants a non-wet apply.
Tech Armor iPhone 5S / iPhone 5C / iPhone 5 Premium High Definition (HD) Clear Screen Protector [3-Pack] - Retail Packaging
I'd get a tempered glass screen protector if I were you. The cheap plastic ones are a waste of money and don't protect your screen that well. The tempered glass is not only more resistant to scratches those Ghost Armor wet apply protectors but they protect against impact as well. I'd Youtube more on those so you'll get an idea of which one might work best for you.
Is the Pad's glass screen protector fragile for such a large area?
I would imagine it'd be the same as an iPhone screen protector. iLoome has some glass screen protectors for the iPad.
Can you do the taco method for the iloome flex for iphone 5S
Yes. It's flexible and bends, so yeah.