1. alexrat1996's Avatar
    That’s your best option if you have issues. Also, as mentioned above many times, screen protectors can’t cause dead pixels. I’m not sure why you thought they could but moving forward just know you’ll be okay! Not everything is doom and gloom so enjoy life.
    Strangely when the lady replaced my iPhone 7 in June the lady re used my Belkin glass that had dust then my dad bought a new one and caused dead pixel or display costing to rub off that won’t happen correct when I get a new one install right ?
    11-29-2017 06:35 AM
  2. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    Strangely when the lady replaced my iPhone 7 in June the lady re used my Belkin glass that had dust then my dad bought a new one and caused dead pixel or display costing to rub off that won’t happen correct when I get a new one install right ?
    You can’t rub a pixel off. The pixel is part of the display which is under the glass. It’s impossible to do so.
    11-29-2017 06:42 AM
  3. edswife1970's Avatar
    How much I don’t want to mess up my replacement phone
    For screen protector prices, you can look online to see what they have and what they cost. The charge for putting on the screen protector is eight dollars. My Best Buy used to put them on for free but now they charge! It’s worth it though
    11-29-2017 06:46 AM
  4. alexrat1996's Avatar
    It won’t rub off the oled coating correct.
    11-29-2017 06:56 AM
  5. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    It won’t rub off the oled coating correct.
    OLED isn’t a coating... it’s a display type. Again installing and removing a screen protector won’t damage your phone. Stop worrying about it.
    11-29-2017 07:55 AM
  6. Abu Khadija's Avatar
    $49.99 for a zagg I believe
    I paid $40 for it at Best Buy and so far it works good. It took him a few tries to install it but there’s no problem with it.

    Just go in there and tell them you need a screen protector and ask if they can put it on for you. Don’t give out extra information about the phone unless they ask you first.

    You should be fine. Let us know how it turns out.
    11-29-2017 08:02 AM
  7. alexrat1996's Avatar
    OLED isn’t a coating... it’s a display type. Again installing and removing a screen protector won’t damage your phone. Stop worrying about it.
    I trust what you said it won’t rub the coating of the display I will just get a pro to install for me
    11-29-2017 08:43 AM
  8. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    I trust what you said it won’t rub the coating of the display I will just get a pro to install for me
    Correct. You’ll be fine.
    11-29-2017 09:02 AM
  9. alexrat1996's Avatar
    Here final install my dad took it to his friend who fixes phone and he install on my phone one of his glass protector and minus the spec of dust on the Cornor it looks ok check photos it looks different to me maybe it the type of glass he used.

    The screen protector glass look Matte when I look in the screen not sure if suppose to happen?

    Also I don’t want to go back it’s a pain asking a family to drive me back.
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    Last edited by alexrat1996; 11-29-2017 at 07:38 PM.
    11-29-2017 07:20 PM
  10. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    It’s likely meant to be that way depending on the type he applied. Don’t freak out about a tiny spec of dust on the corner though. You’ll put a new one on and it’ll have a spec in the center because life is a pain at times. Sometimes it’s perfect but getting there can be difficult.

    Don’t worry about it. Just enjoy the phone...
    11-29-2017 11:01 PM
  11. alexrat1996's Avatar
    It’s likely meant to be that way depending on the type he applied. Don’t freak out about a tiny spec of dust on the corner though. You’ll put a new one on and it’ll have a spec in the center because life is a pain at times. Sometimes it’s perfect but getting there can be difficult.

    Don’t worry about it. Just enjoy the phone...
    Not going to replace it and like you said it depends on the glass he install that’s why it looks different to me.

    How does the glass look to you including the view of the screen?
    11-30-2017 06:25 AM
  12. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    Not going to replace it and like you said it depends on the glass he install that’s why it looks different to me.

    How does the glass look to you including the view of the screen?
    Hard to tell considering it’s a picture but it looks fine.
    11-30-2017 06:55 AM
  13. alexrat1996's Avatar
    Hard to tell considering it’s a picture but it looks fine.
    For me it look matte to me the screen But I will leave with it
    11-30-2017 06:57 AM
  14. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    For me it look matte to me the screen But I will leave with it
    It’s likely a Matte protector and I’m not a fan of those so I went with the clear glass. If you don’t like protector just switch it because that’s a reason to do so.
    11-30-2017 07:22 AM
  15. alexrat1996's Avatar
    It’s likely a Matte protector and I’m not a fan of those so I went with the clear glass. If you don’t like protector just switch it because that’s a reason to do so.
    Yap matte glass could be
    11-30-2017 07:37 AM
  16. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    Yap matte glass could be
    If it bothers you too much go ahead and replace it. Not everyone likes Matte displays including myself. Just don’t go nuts over a spec of dust - trust me it’s expensive and maddening and I’d know since I’ve been there.
    11-30-2017 07:56 AM
  17. Snoweagle's Avatar
    It won’t rub off the oled coating correct.
    OLED is a type of display, oleophobic coating what you meant. Original screen or screen protectors alike, after some time of usage, the coating will wear off ultimately.
    Eclipse2K likes this.
    11-30-2017 08:52 AM
  18. alexrat1996's Avatar
    If it bothers you too much go ahead and replace it. Not everyone likes Matte displays including myself. Just don’t go nuts over a spec of dust - trust me it’s expensive and maddening and I’d know since I’ve been there.
    I won’t replace it and before he installed my screen had load of dust it collected from my pocket before he installed for me
    11-30-2017 10:41 AM
  19. alexrat1996's Avatar
    Oh I see but not after the three attempts of three different screen glass.
    11-30-2017 10:44 AM
  20. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    Oh I see but not after the three attempts of three different screen glass.
    Definitely not. The only way you could possibly damage the phones glass is by possibly scraping too much with the protector during install but even then it’s highly unlikely. Even so, that’s the coating and not the display itself. You’d literally have to drop the phone and destroy the internals to ruin the OLED panel.
    11-30-2017 11:25 AM
  21. mogelijk's Avatar
    I have had several people recommend the Bodyguardz glass screen protector. It comes with an installation tray, which makes it very simple to align the protector correctly on the screen -- no reason to pay for installation. It also has a lifetime guarantee, similar to the Zagg, you just have to send back the bad/broken screen protector.
    11-30-2017 11:34 AM
  22. Blaalad12's Avatar
    11-30-2017 01:35 PM
  23. Blaalad12's Avatar
    Quick question! I have never had an issue with burn in on any of my Android devices that have been Amoled. Yet theres a lot of talk about the iphone x having this issue? Whats the truth? Is burn in happening on the iphone x?
    12-03-2017 05:13 PM
  24. TripleOne's Avatar
    Quick question! I have never had an issue with burn in on any of my Android devices that have been Amoled. Yet theres a lot of talk about the iphone x having this issue? Whats the truth? Is burn in happening on the iphone x?
    There has yet to be any reports of the OLED screen burning-in on the iPhone X.
    12-03-2017 06:48 PM
  25. Abu Khadija's Avatar
    I don’t understand what burn in on the display is. Is it something that can be seen with the naked eye?
    12-03-2017 07:46 PM
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