4844 Views 20 Replies Latest reply: Aug 8, 2010 7:40 AM by pjb0422
Currently Being ModeratedJul 7, 2010 5:01 AM (in response to Dadof2Girls)I thought I was loosing the plot when like other made an attempt for the first time to keen kep this phone scratchless..but after following the instructions for the Zagg shield with clinical precision,24hours later, what a mess!!
Where do I go now? are we entitled to a refund or will apple foot the bill for the failure...Zagg promote their shields ' For Iphone4'! Surely as others said not fit for purpose as they don't work with Iphone4's
Bit worrying as it appears the screens arn't that scratchproof!Iphone4
Currently Being ModeratedJul 7, 2010 5:29 AM (in response to Dadof2Girls)I've got the Max coverange Invisible Shield on my iPhone 4.
It always does a perfect job for me.13" Macbook Pro - 24" iMac - 2TB Time Capsule - 80GB iPod - iPhone 4 32GB, Mac OS X (10.6.3), iPhone 4 is Unlocked!
Currently Being ModeratedJul 7, 2010 11:41 AM (in response to Dadof2Girls)My problem is different but may be caused by the same thing. I waited over 24 hours after applying it, and when I put a case on it, the edge peeled up. This happened twice.iOS 4
Currently Being ModeratedJul 7, 2010 11:48 AM (in response to Dadof2Girls)I had the zagg full body protection put on Saturday July 3rd, and so far no problems what so ever. It looks great on the phone. My local mall had a kiosk set up and the worker installed it in about 10 minutes.MacBook Pro
Currently Being ModeratedJul 7, 2010 11:56 AM (in response to Dadof2Girls)I have the invisible shield on my iPhone 4 and it's perfect. It was definitely sticky at first, but only for the first couple of days. I pull it in and out of my pocket many many times daily and haven't had any issues. The front screen was a little sticky at first too. My finger would catch and bounce when trying to slide across the screen. This only happens when it's freshly applied. It seems like it collects the oils from your finger over time and becomes more smooth. I don't even notce mine being on there. It is obviously not the exact same as it being just glass but it is very close. The back of mine had a weird scaly look to it but that went away after a few days as well. It now looks and feels great. People are amazed when I tell him the shield is on there.iPhone 4, iOS 4
Currently Being ModeratedAug 8, 2010 7:40 AM (in response to Dadof2Girls)I'm semi-glad to hear that I am not the only one that has been having Zagg issues with their iPhone4. I used the Zagg on both my 3G and wife's 3Gs without any issues. That is why I bought it for my iP4. Installation was a breeze. I didn't have the full body, just the front and back covers. Well, after a couple of weeks with no issues, the first one started peeling around the edges after I tried on some cases at the store. Since they wouldn't stick anymore, I got a replacement. Installed with no problems - again. Started having problems with the back cover seeming to "slide" when the phone was in my pants pocket. Then the edges would collect lint and stick to the liner. And the Zagg would peel off without any real resistance. I would have to "slide" the back cover back into place but it would move again later. The back cover was really looking bad due to the lint. I complained to Zagg customer support several times. They said that they don't know if mine is an isolated problem or if it's more wide spread. They refunded 1/2 my original purchase price and shipping for the latest replacement. So I have new replacement installed now and letting it "cure". They also told me to not put it in my pants pocket for 5-7 days to let it "cure" more. With the free case from Apple coming, I'll try to hang on to the Zagg for a little longer.
I believe the problem stems from the different type of glass that Apple is using on the iP4. Zagg will need to develop a different type of adhesive to make their product become more semi-permanent like on the 3G and 3Gs. I really like their product and don't want to give up on them just yet.Homemade pc, Windows XP, iPhone4