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Zagg Invisible shield for New Macbook Pro 15


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Mac Specs: 2012 MBP 15"

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I just got a new MacBook Pro 15 and would like to avoid scratches on the case. After doing a lot of research I like the Zagg Invisible shield, but I cannot seem to find a recent version that would be compatible with my mac.
My question is, is anyone with the new MBP 15 using an older version of the invisible shield? I am not sure if the case of this model is any different than the previous version, so I am unsure if it will fit properly,
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