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Zagg Invisishield sides at Best Buy (FREE!)


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Jul 2, 2010
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I'm not sure if this has been discussed but Best Buy is starting to receive Zagg kits called "iPhone 4fix" or something like that. Basically Zagg sent us a bunch of invisishield sides to put on customers iPhone 4's and they are free. The only disclaimer on the kit is that it says shield and install is free but install is up to the associate if they want to put it on or not. Before going in, call your local Best Buy if you are like me and don't want to put a case on it. I installed the sides today and it was easy to put on and feels ok so far.


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Dec 14, 2009
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But that wouldn't solve the problem. The material Zagg uses is a conductor. If it wasn't, it wouldn't work on touch screens. I have the full body shield which includes the sides, and it still drops bars. You need an insulator, like electrical tape.