I was curious as to what screen protector is best for the 4S. I have a zagg on my samsung epic and also on my iPad but wasn't sure how they looked or worked on the iPhone.
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- 10-12-2011, 12:09 PM #6iMore Intermediate
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When I took it off though, the screen felt much better with out it. That smooth, high quality glass iPhone display is a beautiful thing too view AND touch. So I left it off. The ZAGG skin protected the heck out of my 3GS but without the screen cover it was so much nicer to use. So there are positives and minuses!
- 10-12-2011, 01:41 PM #7
I have ordered one for my 4S.
Hows the installation of Zagg , I read that the filim needs to be wet with the liquid provided before application. It creeps me that I need to put some liquid on the phone ( not literally only on the filim, still). Any comments/ caution/ tips for installation of ZAGG.
PS: I have ordered ZAGG maximum protection
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- 10-12-2011, 04:17 PM #10iPhone Newbie
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I heard people's water damage indicator in their phone turned color because of steam.
elavum: at first I was scared at that too, if you want a dry applicant, try looking into Power Support.
For me, I like Zagg's protection but not so much of the feeling of it.
But it works very well against scratches. Last time I accidently put my phone with my keys in my pocket and it made small scratches.
After a few days, it seemed to bump the scratches rite out of the screen protector.