I don't know about anyone else here...but I have all but given up trying out one glass screen protector after another on my iPhone 6. I've tried the ZAGG, Otterbox, ESR & the one at my local Verizon store and have yet to find one that doesn't chip, crack, have the corners lift up when using an Apple leather case, or refuse to stay glued down at the edges creating a loose edge to catch on things and bring on the already mentioned cracks and chips. None I've seen so far can deal effectively with the curved screen on the new iPhones. I got tired of the loose edges of my latest experiment (Otterbox Alpha Glass) last night, put my finger easily under one of the edges...popped it off and threw it away! I got to work this morning, and installed my old "go to" Spigen Crystal screen protector. I went on perfectly...covered more screen area than most any glass screen protector, and stays perfectly in place. And, it is as clear as any glass SP as well, not interfering with the sensitivity of tapping or swiping the screen. I'm done. I wish I had not succumbed to the lemming-like run for the glass...but I did, and now (although about $80 poorer) I see the light. I'm certainly not condemning those who continue their search for the ultimate glass screen protector...but I'm saying that there are alternatives that protect as well, perform as well, and are much more reliable and offer more bang for the buck.