Which cases come with built-in screen protectors?

klrobinson999

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Is the Otterbox Defender the only one?
It's ok, but rather bulky. (The iPhone 4 version looks less bulky, though).

I hate applying the adhesive screen protectors, and they always seem to wear off.
 

psywzrd

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Feb 6, 2008
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Is the Otterbox Defender the only one?
It's ok, but rather bulky. (The iPhone 4 version looks less bulky, though).

I hate applying the adhesive screen protectors, and they always seem to wear off.
Ivyskin will be coming out with some cases with built-in screen protectors. You can check out the 3GS versions to get an idea of what they will look like.
 

draz

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Get a good screen protector (like Zagg and Power Support) and not a cheap one.
 

klrobinson999

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Get a good screen protector (like Zagg and Power Support) and not a cheap one.
Are they as difficult to apply as the more cheaply made ones? I always have difficulty getting the bubbles and "slick" out.
 

draz

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The dry ones can be applied wet and allows you to adjust and clear out the bubbles.