What is the best screen protector setup for the iPhone 6s?

Hieveryone

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Personally, I'm rocking an oleo phobic screen protector on a space grey with a midnight blue silicone case.

It. Is. Awesome.

What's your setup and feel free to share pics.
 

rocksyoursock

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Which oleo phobic protector do you have?

I have an Anker glass protector and a Ringke Slim black case.
 

jbailey1974

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Welcome to the quest! I hope you have better luck than most of us. I forced a Godosmith to work right on mine with the apple silicone case and rubber bands. I'm afraid to take my case off now haha
 
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jbailey1974

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To some it's not. Mine was about 1/16th of an inch with every one that I tried. Also those gaps will become dust traps causing the sp to begin lifting on it's own. That was sp try number one for me.
 

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To some it's not. Mine was about 1/16th of an inch with every one that I tried. Also those gaps will become dust traps causing the sp to begin lifting on it's own. That was sp try number one for me.
I mean I'm more concerned about things like my future than whether or not my sp will lift one day.
 
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danny8200

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If you are talking about the .00000001 MM space on each side...it's really not a big deal. At all.
Actually, I'm referring to all the S/P's that are made for the iPhone 6 that claim are compatible with the 6S but all suffer from the dreaded "halo" effect.

So far i've tried, as far as non-edge to edge, Zagg, Spigen, Maxboost, and several other small name manufacturers and every one of them does not seal properly along the edges.
 
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Hieveryone

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There is a gap between the sp and the end of the screen. But there's never any real content on that part of the screen anyway. And it does not bother me.
 
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Hieveryone

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The gap is on both sides of the screen between the end of the SP and the end of the screen. But like I said there is never any content on that part of the screen anyway. Also, nothing is blocked should there be any content. You can't still see the whole screen. The only "issue" if one chooses to make it one is that a hairline portion of your screen on both sides isn't protected by the SP. Again, it doesn't bother me at all.