3010 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Aug 14, 2009 11:42 AM by RKahl
My understanding of the olephobic coating is that it is not a separate layer...thus using a harsh remover like that may cause unwanted damage to the screen...
It's quite simple to adhere the screen protectors with a bit of strategy...
They all come with a lint remover sticky...use that then remove the backing from the cover, place it over the earpiece hole or the Home button to align the protector, then with the other hand have like your drivers license and slide the ID across the protector moving down slowly, this will avoid any bubbles and lint being under the protector when completed.
The best way to put a screen protector on is:
Go into the bathroom and turn on the shower, dont turn on the exhaust fan.
Wait a min or two for it to get a little steamy.
Peel the back off of the screen protector and place it on the iphone.
The steam takes all of the dust out of the air, and makes a bit of condensation on the screen of the iphone...
This works perfectly. I have done it on multiple iphones, you cannot even tell that I have a screen protector on.
Just dont turn the shower on too too hot, your iphone will get too much condensation...but I'm pretty sure that is self explanatory.
Why would you want any condensation near your phone? It can activate and change the color on the sensor at the top and/or bottom of the phone and void your warranty. I have placed numerous screen protectors on, without any dust or problems, with just good lighting, a screen wipe cloth, and a screen cleaner.
I agree. Its very hard not to have bubbles under your screen protector, so use something like a credit card to get the biggest ones out. The bubbles will disappear in a couple of days. It's just like getting your windows tinted, bubbles will show up, but the layer is breathable... Allowing the bubbles to escape.