Wrapsol Original

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by fluffyfingerrs, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. fluffyfingerrs macrumors newbie

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    Hey all, I just installed the Wrapsol Original kit on my iPhone 4. I absolutely love the back matte finish as I now feel protected from scratches until I find a case that doesnt make me vomit or mess with my flash. However, i did remove my invisible shield front protector to replace it with the wrapsol and I noticed it was much hazier than my old. I know it says that it will slowly dry up and diminish but I wanted to see if any of you can verify that it does in fact. I honestly cannot remember how my invisible shield looked after install because I had just got out of line after waiting 15+ hours for the phone itself, so I wasn't quite there. I do know that i loved the clarity of the invisible shield, just not the rubber sticky feeling of it. Thanks for any info, I hope the wrapsol will become just as clear for me :D
     
  2. robby818 macrumors 6502a

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    It does in fact get better. I applied the front piece yesterday and many of the bubbles have gone away. My back piece arrived creased so I am awaiting a new one. I am not sure how I feel about using the front piece long term...I am waiting for PowerSupport to release their crystal film but until then the wrapsol will do.
     
  3. fluffyfingerrs thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Yea I'll give it a few days to clear up. I may have to go back to invisible shield if it doesn't though. I guess I can live with the rubbery feeling to get the maxium clarity. When do the powersupport protectors come out?
     
  4. frozencarbonite macrumors 6502

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    They start shipping July 26.
     
  5. robby818 macrumors 6502a

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    I was in an Apple store and played with the demo iphone 4's and wsa struck by how beutiful the display is..i put the wrapsol on as soon as i got my phone so never got a chance to see how amazing the display is without a protector. I would not use zagg, wrapsol, or bestskins because it detracts from the sharpness of the screen. However, I am surprised by how little it seems to interfere with the touch sensitivity.
     
  6. fluffyfingerrs thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Yea, obviously I'd love to just go without a screen protector, but I'm too afraid to ruin such an investment. So I think sacrificing a tad bit of the amazing display to keep it flawless is worth it in the long run. Seems like sticking with a wrapsol until I can give the powersupport a shot is the way to go. That is as long as the haziness "evaporates."
     

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