1. Manny13840's Avatar
    As long as you have the receipt showing the device was paid in full and not financed thru Apple or a carrier, you won’t have any issues. It’s the ones that are financed that you have to worry about.
    I’ve read somewhere you don’t use screen protectors, how is the phone with out it, I also have applecare and I’m debating on taking it off due it me going through so many already, dusts and lint get stuck and edges collect dust. I don’t care about minor scratches just don’t like dust or lint... am also debating to get spigen liquid glas.tr protector just to have some protection for scratches.
    02-12-2018 07:05 PM
  2. nikkisharif's Avatar
    I’ve read somewhere you don’t use screen protectors, how is the phone with out it, I also have applecare and I’m debating on taking it off due it me going through so many already, dusts and lint get stuck and edges collect dust. I don’t care about minor scratches just don’t like dust or lint... am also debating to get spigen liquid glas.tr protector just to have some protection for scratches.
    I know you’re asking someone else, but I’d like to offer my 2 cents if that’s ok.

    I haven’t used a screen protector since my iPhone 5s. Since then I’ve had the 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7 Plus, 8, & X. Of all those devices, the only one with a minor scratch is the 7 Plus, and I think that’s because the coating on the screen was a little different than the others. I also toss my phones in my purse or whatever bag, have dropped devices, & have had no scratches or screen cracks. I honestly feel screen protectors are overrated. Glad I gave up on that because the natural screen feels amazing.
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    02-12-2018 07:21 PM
  3. Manny13840's Avatar
    I know you’re asking someone else, but I’d like to offer my 2 cents if that’s ok.

    I haven’t used a screen protector since my iPhone 5s. Since then I’ve had the 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7 Plus, 8, & X. Of all those devices, the only one with a minor scratch is the 7 Plus, and I think that’s because the coating on the screen was a little different than the others. I also toss my phones in my purse or whatever bag, have dropped devices, & have had no scratches or screen cracks. I honestly feel screen protectors are overrated. Glad I gave up on that because the natural screen feels amazing.
    Thank you for your 2 cents its helping me to really take it off, I know maybe minor scratches might happen but I’ll be fine with those. I see a lot of my friends Samsung Galaxy S8+ with no protectors and they are fine... And the liquid protector is just a security blanket for scratches, I for one am happy that I have never dropped my phones. I do use the apple leather case and Spigen tough amor anyway..
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    02-12-2018 07:35 PM
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    Thank you for your 2 cents its helping me to really take it off, I know maybe minor scratches might happen but I’ll be fine with those. I see a lot of my friends Samsung Galaxy S8+ with no protectors and they are fine... And the liquid protector is just a security blanket for scratches, I for one am happy that I have never dropped my phones. I do use the apple leather case and Spigen tough amor anyway..
    Something to consider; down the road later on.... should you ever decide to use your current phone as a trade in for a new iPhone, they will deduct from the full trade in value if there are any scratches on the screen. I took great care of my 6s and used a quality screen protector and was able to get the full trade-in value of my 6s for a new 8 Plus.

    When it comes to trade-in value, Apple doesn't care about the back of the phone or the edges because refurbs get new shells and new batteries anyway. They grade the value on the screen. (Obviously the phone has to be working, too.)
    02-13-2018 04:55 PM
  5. Manny13840's Avatar
    Something to consider; down the road later on.... should you ever decide to use your current phone as a trade in for a new iPhone, they will deduct from the full trade in value if there are any scratches on the screen. I took great care of my 6s and used a quality screen protector and was able to get the full trade-in value of my 6s for a new 8 Plus.

    When it comes to trade-in value, Apple doesn't care about the back of the phone or the edges because refurbs get new shells and new batteries anyway. They grade the value on the screen. (Obviously the phone has to be working, too.)
    Never have I traded my phone for a new one..... I have gone through 10 protectors and none have been good quality ones.... I gaved up on them, still have mine on but will soon come off...

    Thanks through.
    02-13-2018 05:30 PM
  6. nikkisharif's Avatar
    Thank you for your 2 cents its helping me to really take it off, I know maybe minor scratches might happen but I’ll be fine with those. I see a lot of my friends Samsung Galaxy S8+ with no protectors and they are fine... And the liquid protector is just a security blanket for scratches, I for one am happy that I have never dropped my phones. I do use the apple leather case and Spigen tough amor anyway..
    You’re welcome!!! Once you take it off, you’ll never go back Keep us posted
    Vega007 likes this.
    02-13-2018 09:42 PM
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