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Bending the Truth: Will the iPhone 6 Break in your Front Pocket?

iPhone 6

Photo credit: Yanki01


#Bendgate has become a PR nightmare for Apple with customers across the globe trying to bend the iPhone 6 in stores.


Whether you are an Apple fan or an android user, you probably already know by know that the iPhone 6 Plus bends in ‘certain’ conditions because it is long, thin, made of aluminum and has a structural weak spot. Unfortunately for Apple, Lewis Hilsenteger from Unbox Therapy found that weak spot, bent a new IPhone 6 Plus on camera with just his hands, and proceeded to go viral to the tune of more than fifty million YouTube views.


When the proverbial hit the fan, the internet almost exploded. Name calling occured, things that should have been left unsaid were said, and Apple went on the defensive. They claimed that 15,000 devices were tested with up to fifty pounds of force, and that no problems were found. Consumer Reports released its own report stating that the iPhone 6 Plus does indeed bend… under ninety pounds of pressure, making it sturdier than the HTC One (M8), though still an embarrassingly 50% less durable than last year’s iPhone 5.


Apple are certainly not bending over backwards to apologise for the iPhone 6


What’s going on here? Is Hilsenteger able to apply ninety pounds of pressure with his bare hands? The guy may be stocky, but he’s hardly an athlete. Are we entering a twilight world of hoaxes, conspiracies and cover ups? That’s not exactly right either. The problem with Hilsenteger’s bend, and he readily admitted as much, is that it is only possible at the phone’s weakest spot: just below the volume control. The problem with Consumer Report’s testing? It applies only to the phone’s strongest central point. We have a situation where popular ‘tests’ tell us very little about a products everyday use. Everyone involved here is telling the truth, it just happens to be their narrow version of the truth. It just goes to show that being truthful and being honest aren’t always the same thing, especially when it comes to PR.


According to Apple, only nine people have reported (through officials channels) that their iPhone has bent in their pocket. With nine million iPhones sold, a fault rate of one in a million isn’t too bad, actually. That being said, if we’ve learnt anything from #bendgate it’s to always take a company’s word with a pinch of salt, especially when they have a financial interest in presenting an edited account of the truth.


The structural weak point in the iPhone 6 Plus may not be the end of the world for the average user, but it is still more of an issue than Apple are prepared to admit. It might not be a problem that my phone has a one in a million chance of bending in my pocket, but it’s certainly a problem that any idiot I know could bend my phone if he wanted to, and anyone who is or knows a teenage boy might well think twice about buying one. At the very least, it looks like Apple’s testing methods are due for a rework, as a phone being bent by hand is hardly the one in a million occurrence that it has been made out to be.


iPhone 6 Drop Test: See it to Believe it


At the end of the day, it’s worth remembering that smartphones, Apple or otherwise, are breakable. Despite what the marketing guys might want you to think, one bad drop or tight pocket and your phone will shatter or warp irreversibly. You might get lucky, then again, you might not. It’s up to you how much care you want to take with your £539 piece of tech.


Ever get butterfingers? Time to get smart and and spend a couple of quid on the best iPhone 6 screen protector on the market, if you already bought an iPhone that is.


You’ve Been Cleaning Your Camera All Wrong, Part 2: The Body & The Sensor

camera cleaning

Photo Credit: The Preiser Project


High-end cameras, like the FujiFilm X-T1 or the Nikon D610, are a sizeable investment, so it’s a good idea to make sure you’re getting the most out of them by keeping them clean.

So now that your camera lens is looking shiny and new, it’s time to dust bust the camera body and that tricky sensor. Remember that storing your camera in a dry (but not dusty) environment with packets of silica gel to prevent condensation can reduce the need for cleaning. That being said, you should always give your camera a once over from time to time if you want the highest quality photos.

Cleaning the Camera Body

Cleaning the body is easier than cleaning the lens, but you still need to be careful. All you need to do is remove dust, just as we did with the lens, then wipe down the body with an alcohol-free wet wipe.


Cleaning the Sensor

This is the most difficult part of the job, so if you are at all unsure I recommend sending the camera to a professional for cleaning, or at least practising on an older model first. That being said, there’s no reason that you should damage your sensor if you clean it the right way and with the right equipment.


1. Establish where the biggest dust particles are. Mount your camera on a tripod and point it at a white wall or background. Close the aperture as much as possible and then shoot an overexposed image. Now you can use the biggest monitor you own to scan for spots of dust, but remember that the image is flipped over.


2. Using a specialist sensor loupe is the easiest way to see dust particles on your sensor. Although a sensor loupe might seem expensive, it is still cheaper than sending your camera off for cleaning every few months.


3. Point your camera downwards and use your air blower to remove the biggest dust particles. This is known as no-contact cleaning, and it’s a great start if you are worried about damaging your sensor. However, it won’t remove all of the dust particles.


4. For contact-cleaning, you’ll need a specialist sensor cleaning brush. Move the brush very slowly and very gently to wipe away any remaining dust particles. It’s really important not to introduce dirt into the mechanisms surrounding the sensor, so patience and a steady hand are key.


5. When you think you are finished, you can take another shot to see if you are happy with the results.


If not…


You’ll need to do a wet clean. This takes more specialist supplies, but the process is similar to what you have done already.


1. Apply some sensor cleaning fluid to a sensor swab and clean the sensor with slow movements. It can take a long time to remove all of the dust, but try not to rush the process.


2. Dry the sensor with a non-abrasive wipe, also known as a PEC pad. Wrap a pad around a swab and use slow movements to complete the drying process.


Get Clean, Stay Clean

Feels good to be clean again, doesn’t it? You should make cleaning a part of your routine if you want to get the best performance from your camera. Done properly, a good home clean can save you money, extend the lifetime of your camera and improve the quality of your photography.


How many people here are too nervous to clean their cameras? We’d love to hear from you and help out if we can!


You’ve Been Cleaning Your Camera All Wrong, Part 1: The Lens

Here’s how to do it right.


Fujifilm X-T1

Photo Credit: Wolfgang Lonien


Take good care of your camera and it’ll take good care of you. Keeping your camera clean will improve the quality of your photography and the lifespan of your camera. It’ll also save you money on sending your camera off for professional cleaning. All digital cameras, except for the very cheapest models, should last for many years if cared for and cleaned correctly.


However, cleaning expensive electronics isn’t easy, so it’s important that you do your research, invest in high-quality brand name cleaning products and practice on an older model first if possible. It should go without saying that if you don’t have a steady hand, don’t get cleaning fluid anywhere near your new £900 Fujifilm X-T1. In fact if you don’t have a steady hand, you should really get yourself a Fujifilm X-T1 screen protector.


Cleaning the Lens


Our first aim is to remove fingerprints, dust or any other kind of dirt from the lens. This can be done in four steps:


1. Use an air blower to remove the majority of the dust. Canned air can blow dust inside the lens, so unless your digital camera is air tight, you’ll want to do it the old-fashioned way.


2. Get hold of a lens cleaning brush, which should have very soft bristles to avoid damaging the lens. Gently brush in circular motions and make sure to be very thorough.


3. You may need to use an air blower again to remove the last of the dust. It’s important to remove all of the dust and dirt before using a cloth on your lens, otherwise you may end up damaging your camera by rubbing it into the lens.


4. Take your finger, place it in the middle of your soft microfiber cloth, and wrap the cloth around your finger. Put one or two drops of cleaning fluid onto your cloth and again, using gentle circular motions, clean the lens.


That’s it, your lens should look as good as new. It’s also a great idea to store your camera correctly to reduce the need for cleaning. You should be storing your camera in a dry, but not dusty environment, with packets of silica gel to prevent condensation, and a camera screen protector to prevent scratches.


Now you’ve got your lens looking spiffy, you’ll be wanting to know how to clean your camera’s body and sensor. No fear, our next blog has got it covered. If you have any specific camera cleaning tips or questions, leave a comment and let us know!

5 Best Fujifilm X-T1 Accessories

The Fujifilm X-T1 is everything a great mirrorless camera should be. Take your photography up a notch with these five handy accessories.

 

Fujifilm x-t1

 Photo Credit: Abdulaziz Ceylan

 

If you have a keen interest in photography, then you probably own a Fujifilm X-T1 by now. Fully-loaded features on a compact body which is lighter than your typical professional DLSR have earned this camera the affections of discerning photographers around the world. We cut through the crowd of official and unofficial accessories to give you our list of the five very best products that improve the Fujifilm X-T1.


1. HandlePod

 For those of us who enjoy long exposures, but don’t particularly fancy lugging conventional tripods around with us everywhere we go, the HandlePod is an excellent alternative. It’s a simple camera mount that you can brace by hand against anything sturdy like a tree trunk or a railing. It comes with an elastic cord, so that you can tie your mounted camera in place if you need to. The HandlePod is light, intuitive and affordable, making it a great option for travel and photography bloggers.

2. Fujifilm X-T1 Vertical Battery Grip

This official Fujifilm product simultaneously gives you enough power for a full day of shooting and extra grip to improve stabilisation. It’ll increase the size and weight of your camera, but it’s an excellent option to have if you are working to a deadline and don’t have time to mess around changing batteries. Some photographers might also find that they like the feel of a bit more bulk and sturdiness to their camera too.

3. Camera Screen Protector

 If you’re planning on heading out into the wild to do some shooting, you’ll want to protect your camera screen from bangs and scratches with a pre-cut Fujifilm X-T1 screen protector. It’s important to choose a brand with a no-bubble guarantee, otherwise you might find you can’t get a good look at your previews. Attaching the product is the most important step, find a humid, dust-free environment and wipe your camera down carefully with a microfibre cloth for best results.

4. Fujifilm RR-90 Remote Release

Another official accessory for the X-T1, this wired shutter release is extremely useful for tripod, time lapse and long exposure photography. Easily plug it into the camera and half-press for focus or full press for exposures. The release button can be locked in place for long exposures in bulb mode. It works with all Fuji X series cameras, so if you have a couple at home this accessory is all the more tempting.

5. Fujifilm EF-42 Shoe Mount Flash

Another great accessory that works with all Fuji X series cameras, this is the most powerful Fuji flash on the market. It’s lightweight, and comes with adjustable light output down to 1/64 power, as well as an auto-zoom that automatically adjusts to the length of the lens. The head tilts and swivels 90° vertically, 180° to the left, and 120° to the right giving you lots of options for bounce-flash lighting.

 

If you use a Fujifilm accessory that we don’t know about, we’d love to hear about it in the comments section!

How Sand Can Mess Up Your iPhone's Screen

These days, nearly all smartphone screens are made from scratch-resistant glass, but guess what? Sometimes you’ll still see some fine scratches criss-crossing over your screen and it’s because of sand.

iphone 5s screen protector  

So you’ve pocketed a swanky new smartphone and you’re super smug because it’s got some awesome scratch resistant surface or, of course, the supposedly indestructible sapphire screen. After a few weeks of that phone jangling around in your pocket you whip it out the show off to the world and there’s a bunch of light scratches all over the screen. It must be your keys? Nope. The change you threw in there? Guess again. Those scratches are all because of sand.

 

How do you know it’s sand that’s scratching my screen?

 

Some XDA Developer did a load of experiments with various Spigen screen protectors, which are made from tempered glass (pretty similar stuff to the Gorilla Glass used by many modern smartphones) to see what was causing those pesky scratches. They scraped keys across it, rubbed coins on the screen, and got sand all over the place. Most of the scratchy materials they tried out actually didn’t leave any marks at all - except the sand that is.

 

What can I do about sand scratches!?

 

Sand gets everywhere, all it takes is one trip to the beach and there’s sand in your shoes, pockets and car for the rest of ever. It’s that gritty, gristly sand that can potentially tash up your iPhone. What does this mean? It means that screen protectors are still essential to keeping your phone in mint condition.

 

Turns out you still need a screen protector for your iPhone or smartphone? You’re in luck! Expert Shields are tough, sleek, and ready to be delivered to your door.

 

Shattered Gorilla Glass and the Fake Parts Scandal

A number of shady companies have been selling fraudulent replacement parts for smartphones, so if your front cover does shatter it can be very difficult to get a new one...


Iphone 4s Screen Protector

 

The unthinkable has happened. You went ahead and dropped your Galaxy S4, and you weren’t even wearing a screen protector.

...and it shattered.

But Gorilla Glass, you stammer, it’s supposed to be tough?

Well, a good marketing campaign may have lead people to think that Gorilla Glass is indestructible, but people need to take a look at the second word in the product name: glass. Yes, it might be hardened glass, but it’s still glass, and glass scratches and shatters when it comes into contact with harder materials, such as the floor.

So you are rocking back and forth in the corner of a darkened room, cradling the wreckage of your once beautiful phone in your arms. Your day couldn’t get any worse… right? 

Dead wrong.

Samsung don’t want to hear about your problems, and that insurance premium means that you can’t go to them for help. There must be another way? A quick Google search reveals that there are a number of easy-to-follow guides out there that teach you how to replace the front glass of your broken screen. Excitedly, you order a replacement part on eBay, carefully you follow the instructions on the easy-to-follow guide, miraculously you don’t break the phone in the process, unbelievably you still don’t use a Galaxy S4 screen protector, and a few weeks later your phone is scratched to pieces.

What happened?

 A number of companies are selling fraudulent replacement parts on the internet, meaning that if you scratch or shatter your phone, you can’t be sure that your next front cover is going to be any more scratch resistant than butter. Even worse, those highstreet screen replacement people that charge you a complete fortune to replace your screen, odds are they’re not using genuine parts either - possibly because they don’t know, possibly because they are out to pull a fast one on you. Either way, it’s bad news for you and your scratched phone.

What should you do?

I’m going to go ahead and state the obvious here: you should’ve been wearing an Expert Shield screen protector in the first place.

If you weren't and you’re now in the much more expensive replacement parts market, here are a couple of ways to check if that part you are considering buying is genuine.

  1. Unprofessionalism. Samsung, Apple and the rest of them may not be perfect companies, but they’re still (usually) a good deal more professional than some bedroom-dwelling scam parts merchant. Typos, mistakes and other errors on their website or seller’s profile are indicators that this person might not be worth doing business with.

  2. Tight-lipped. Is it strangely difficult to find a good quality picture of the part you want (other than one poached from Samsung’s website), or is it hard to find out more about the company that you are dealing with? Most companies love publicity, those with something to hide aren’t worth the time of day.

  3. Differences to watch out for. If you get a chance to take a good look at the replacement part before you buy it (and many fishy companies aren’t keen on letting you do this), there are a couple of ways to tell if your part is genuine. Check the colour - even a part that is supposed to be black might be a little on the grey or blue side. It’s also worth trying to remember if a genuine part for your phone is shiny or mat.

  4. The logo. Logos are pretty hard to replicate, so a logo without clean, sharp lines is a dead giveaway that you’re looking at a fake. Check the borders of the logo, as well as the logo itself.

  1. Patterns and texture. Replicating the exact texture of a genuine front cover can be costly, so look out for shortcuts taken. Sometimes a counterfeiter will create the illusion of a texture by simply printing a pattern. This is obvious to spot when you know what you’re looking for, but if you don’t, then chances are you could never notice.

Needless to say, a fake front cover isn’t going to be half as scratch resistant as an original, so if you do end up with a fake part, that’ll probably need replacing in almost no time at all too. Oh, just think of the time, stress and work that you could have saved if you had just gone ahead and put on a mobile phone screen protector the first time round.

If you’ve had any bad experiences with scam parts, then let us know about it!


The Big Screen Protector Dust Up (and Off)

tablet screen protector

 

Oh the irony. No matter the technological wizardry that went into designing your tablet, or the heaped mountains of cash that paid for your new phone, the entire user-experience can become a mind-numbing, pants-wetting exercise in frustration due to that one seemingly insignificant speck of dust. You know the one I mean. Just look at how smug he is. Must be time for a new tablet right? 

Wrong! Some screen protectors attract dust over time, and cheaper models even let dust get in between the protector and the screen. But with Expert Shield, the best screen protector in the world, the only way that dust is going to get in between you and your precious screen is if you didn’t read our super awesome guide and apply it properly in the first place, and you would never do that, right?

Oh I see… 

Looks like we’re going to need a microfiber cloth, like the one that comes with every order of an Expert Shield, and some two-sided tape.

Wipe me up, Wipe me down

Let’s start with the dust on top of the screen protector. Take that microfiber cloth and give the outer part of your screen protector a good long rub. It might be a good idea to shine a light over the screen protector, so that you can see if any tiny particles have escaped the clean. Did we also mention that the best place to do this is somewhere with a bit of moisture in the air? In front of a boiling kettle, in a steamy bathroom or deep in the Amazon rainforest are all excellent places to get a dust-free screen.

Biting the Dust in Style

Now that the outside is dust free, hold onto your double-sided tape, as we’re going under. Start with the corner closest to the offending dust particles, and slowly peel it back. Never use a fingernail, or anything sharp, to peel back your protector - that’s a sure-fire way to a bend or a kink in your protector, and nobody wants that. Instead use that bit of sticky tape I mentioned earlier, securely fasten it to your target corner, and peel it back that way. No damage, no worries. Now with your freehand, dab at the dust with another bit of that two-sided tape.

Remember to check both the underside of the screen protector and the screen of the device itself for offending particles, as you never know where they might be lurking...

The Perfect Finish

Slide the screen protector back into place and admire your now totally dust-free device. Almost brings a tear to the eye, doesn’t it? Looks as good as new every single time!

Of course, if you’ve really gone and got the thing super mucky, it might be screen protector bathtime. If only someone would go and write an easy to follow step by step guide, like this one… Aren’t we just the greatest screen protector company in the world? But then, you already knew that.

How Not to Ruin Your Gadgets on the Beach this Summer

Protect your gadgets on the beach

 Photo Credit: Teresa Boardman

Ah summer.

Time to kick back and enjoy the sand, sea and sunshine...

Wait a minute - those things all sound like electronic gadget hell. White sand scratching your iPhone? Sun glaring down on your tablet? Sticky saltwater fingers on your touchscreen? Oh the horror! That’s exactly what you would be saying if you weren’t a streetwise, screen-protecting, expertly-shielding kind of person - which I hope you are by now.

Let’s run through all the things that can go devastatingly wrong for your electronics on your seemingly innocent trip to the beach (and how you can avoid them).

Sand all up in your Grill like a Tusken Raider?

Summer may be a giggle, but nobody’s laughing when a trip to the seaside ends in scratches for your invaluable electronic bestfriend. Sand particles sticking around like they own the place? Have you ever seen what happens when you drop an iPad on the sand? It doesn’t bear thinking about. It can take weeks, if not years of therapy to recover from something like that, not to mention hours of meticulous cleaning. And if it gets a scratch, heaven forbid, then your device will never quite look the same again...

Fortunately, you were smart enough to keep your screen protected with an Expert Shield, right? That’ll show sand who's the boss around here. Now that your screen is safe, you may also be worried about sand getting up in your nooks and crannies. Here’s another expert tip from Expert Shield: use packaging tape to cover over those ports as well as a protector on the screen and your device should be 100% sandproof. Marvelous.

Glare here, Glare there...

Sunlight, bah - who needs it? Get me back in my cave, at least that’s what I’m thinking when I’m trying to spend some quality time with my SO (significant object) and there’s glare all over my screen. Thank goodness that Expert Shield offers anti-glare technology which means you can watch videos of cats falling over whatever the weather. Maybe going outside isn’t such a bad idea afterall...

For additional overkill on the glare front, grab a baseball cap and, here comes the wizardry, instead of putting it on your head, put it on your device. Not only will you and your electronic be the coolest lolcats on the beach, but glare will be totally and overly vanquished.

It’s also worth considering which type of device to bring to the beach in the first place, since gadgets like the  kindle come with a handy dandy E-ink screen which isn’t backlit and doesn’t produce any glare whatsoever. Don’t get taken by this sweet feature and go yolo with your kindle, it still needs a screen protector to prevent sand scratches.

Making Waves

There’s not a screen-protector on the planet that’s completely waterproof, but as we’re super generous people we’ll give away a cheeky hint on this one, completely free-of-charge.

What if I told you that there was a low-cost way of waterproofing your electronics this summer? Lies you say? Two words: ziploc bags. Ah the wonders of modern technology. No, it won’t protect you from scratches, but the tried and tested plastic baggy is 100% waterproof. Bet you didn’t know that you can use your touchscreen through a thin-layer of plastic? Magical! A small hole may be needed for headphones though, and watch it because this is where the trouble will start if any is headed your way. Better get back up in the form of a screen-protector too.

We miss any tips for beach-proofing your gadget this summer? Sharing is caring, so let us know in the comment section.

 

Why Use a Screen Protector Part 2: Enhance Your Experience

iPhone 5S screen protectorSo you're still not convinced about using a screen protector? You don't even know how much better your user experience could be...

Using a screen protector can enhance your experience using mobile phones, camera, and tablets. We're not only talking about keeping devices scratch-free and stopping that awful glare, there's more to it than that.

Now you're intrigued? Check this out.

Screen Protectors Enhance Privacy

Got some private data on your mobile phone or tablet that you don't want anybody reading over your shoulder? Privacy screen protectors stop this from happening. How? A privacy screen protector means the information on your screen is only visible to the person looking directly at it. Anyone around you has their view blocked because when the phone is tilted or at an angle, the contents of the screen becomes masked. If you're running a business, this is going to be a must-have.

Slide Fingers Across Your Screen Seamlessly

Ever experienced sliding your finger over your phone to unlock it and your finger sticks to the screen? Happens all the time, but you can prevent it. Ultra-clear screen protectors are the standard screen protector on the mobile phone market. Their ultra thin, smooth surface stops finger sticking when sliding fingers over the screen. Sleek.

Keep Germs Well Away

There's nothing worse than sticky fingers, especially those belonging to little kids who've had their hands in the jam jar and who knows where else, all over your mobile phone or tablet. I feel your pain, but you know it doesn’t have to be that way. Anti-bacterial screen protectors are covered with a special coating that prevents the growth of bacteria. Not only does it help out with messy children, but it also prevents stains from mould and mildew that also create an unpleasant odour. That anti-bacterial coating kills 99% of common bacteria.

No Peeling or Bubbling

You thought the germs were bad, but what about that annoying peeling and bubbling when your screen protection gets a little old? Never happens with Expert Shield. What!? Actually, it doesn't! Expert Shield screen protectors use Japanese Optical Grade CrystalFilm™ technology – sounds fancy, huh? - that prevents peeling and bubbling. The technology is built from 3 layers: a scratch-resistant surface polymer layer, a hardened protective mask, and a patented silicone gel. That silicone gel ensures no peeling and no bubbling, no matter how long you have that screen protector on.

Think that buying an Expert Shield screen protector might actually be worth your while now? You'd be right.

Ever had any of these nightmares with your gadgets? Tell us about it in the comment section.

 

Why Use a Screen Protector Part 1: Gorilla Glass Just Isn't Enough

I know what you're going to say: most electronic devices have Gorilla Glass these days, so what's the point of getting a screen protector?

Well, let me tell you: whilst Gorilla Glass and whatever fancy thing that Apple are using (they don't release their scratch-resistant secrets to the public) are able stop pesky, everyday scratches on today's devices, they don't have anything on screen protescreen protectorctors.

Oh, really? Actually, yes. Screen protectors offer much more than just standard scratch-resistance. Don't believe me? How about this:

Anti-Glare

Shiny glass and the sun result in a terrible glare that makes your device hard to see in the sun. Gorilla glass is no different from any other shiny glass, meaning that glare is just as bad. Using a screen protector gives your mobile phone, camera or tablet a matte feel, which cuts down LCD screen glare and improves screen visibility. It's super important not to be squinting at your device and straining your eyes – that's bad for your vision!

Anti-Finger Prints

Phones, cameras and tablets always look snazzy when you first open the box, but we all know that actually touching them is a fingerprinting nightmare. I mean, you can wipe your device with a cloth every few seconds if you want, but wouldn't it be easier to just hook on a screen protector? Screen protectors are made with a lipophobic coating that repels skin oils and stops fingerprints and smudges covering your screen. In this touch screen day and age, it's essential.

All Over Protection

So your screen is going to be scratch-free, but did you think about all the other surfaces on your device? Look at iPods, their metal backing may be beautiful but that is certainly not a scratch-resistant surface. Many screen protectors can cover both the back and front of your device without the added bulk of a standard case.

Really Anti-Scratch

Gorilla Glass may be scratch-resistant to an extent, but it isn't magic. Throw your phone in your pocket with your keys or accidentally drop your tablet, and that screen isn't going to be completely clear. Use a screen protector to keep your device extra safe.

Old Gadgets

Got a retro device? Any devices from 2011 or earlier were made before the days of Gorilla Glass and are therefore completely vulnerable to scratches, grime, fingerprints and nasty glare. If you've got an old, used, or refurbished device, then protect that screen properly.


Probably you should just save yourself time and buy an Expert Shield now. Not convinced? Wait until you read 'Why Use a Screen Protector Part 2.'

Tell us in the comments if a screen protector's ever saved your bacon?


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