I disagree. Mine is aligned perfectly and I have no issues at all. No overlapping at the curves, it looks great.Am I the only one that thinks this?
I pretty much installed it as perfectly centered as you can get it but GLASS still has edges overlapping the curved edge of the screen.
Yeah I hear you.I purchased one from Best Buy and I'm having the same issue. PERFECT installation but the borders have failed to seal around the perimeter. I'll be returning mine today.
Either Zagg needs to trim the dimensions as the OP suggested, or check to ensure all the protectors are within spec. While I don't think these iPhone 6 Plus screens are beveled on the edges by hand, maybe there is some dimensional tolerance allowable in the production of the screens.
I'll probably go back to their Original screen protector until they work out the issues.
I bought and had mine installed at a Zagg kiosk in the mall. Mine also has an overhang over the curved part of the screen. There is already a tiny chip on one of the edges. I suspect this won't last long. I'll buy a $10 replacement when this one gets trashed, but I really hope they address this before I do need a replacement or it's just going to happen again.I have the same issue with the iPhone 6 version.
Dirt will collect under that edge as it has a sticky substance on it.I bought a zagg the first day I had my iphone6 and it fit perfectly (barely). All four edges stopped before the curve and thus they all looked great. There was about a pixel line short on one side, so you could see the gap if you angled the phone. Not a big deal though.
However I had an issue with my phone and the apple store replaced it. When the apple store guy took off the zagg he dropped it and it got all dirty. I returned it to the zagg kiosk and got a new one. This one however was slightly larger all the way around. Now the edges slightly sick up where the curve is. I took it back and the zagg guy tried another with the same result. He mentioned that his last shipment seemed to all lay on this way.
I am guessing that zagg increased the size of protector to fix the issue of it not quite fitting the display portion of the screen. I would rather a nice smooth and flush protector that is short by a pixel than the edges popped up.
I am going to wait a few months and send in for a replacement to see if they get the alignment better.