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    Member Since
    Apr 02, 2010
    iPad screen care?
    I need your assistance to find out the best quality iPad screen care kit. I searched a lot, but didn't find much info on it, even in Apple store. Only found one kit till now. I want an invisible shield that can prevent scratches, fingerprints and other touch screen problems. I have noticed most of the guys recommend microfiber cloth to wipe off the screen.

    Any advice and suggestions are welcome.

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    Nighthawk4's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jul 14, 2008
    iMac 2.66 GHz 20", iPad Mini2 32GB, iPhone6 64GB, Watch Sport 42mm Black, iPad Air 2 128GB
    I am sure they will be available soon.

    Most of the phones with touchscreens have them. Not looking forward to trying to apply a sticky screen protector to something the size of an iPad though - judging from my success on various Palm devices. Lots of bubbles and creases.

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    Invisible Shield will be out with the product you desire in no time at all -- I'd be shocked if it wasn't out already.

    Oh look, surprise surprise:
    ZAGG | invisibleSHIELD | Apple iPad Cases, Screen Protectors, Covers, Shields, Skins, Invisible Shield

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    Member Since
    Apr 03, 2010
    My New iPad with Ghost Armor
    I just got my iPad and went to the Ghost Armor stand at the mall and had the guy put it on. I went to lunch and came back and it was done. I think it looks pretty sharp. I had my iTouch done after Christmas and it still looks good.

  5. #5

    Member Since
    Jan 27, 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nash Bridges View Post
    Do you think that they are really neccesary? I put one on my first Windows Mobile phone. It was more of a pain than anything. I stopped using them 3 phones ago. Either the screen gets prints on it or the protector does. What is the differnce?
    It is just a glass screen. I use Lens Cleaner that is used on glasses you wear and a lint free cloth at the end of the day and it looks like new.

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    Member Since
    Jan 21, 2009
    I used to use the Invisible Shield on my iPhone but when I got the glass replaced, I could never go back to a screen protector. The glass is just to **** smooth and sexy. Same goes for my new iPad. Although I am sure noticing that fingerprints are sticking out like a sore thumb! Ha Ha! Get it? Fingerprints, sore thumb? Oh man. I crack myself up.
    21.5" iMac - iPhone 4 - iPod Nano 3rd gen - Time Capsule - TV 2 - iPad

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    I laughed!

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    eyePawd's Avatar
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    Feb 04, 2010
    my friend has pad and it is filled with fingerprints and smudges. i really worry about scratches though.

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    Dec 27, 2007
    Pensacola, Florida
    MacBook Pro 2.5, 6gb ram, 500gb hard drive. 2010 13" MacBook Air 1.86 C2D, 4gb ram, 128gb HD.
    No scratches yet but way too many finger prints to count.
    2008 MacBook Pro (2.5ghz C2D,6gb,80 SSD, 500 GB), iPad 32GB, iPhone 4 16gb, 2011 MacBook Air (11" 1.87 i7, 4GB, 128GB) 2010 MacBook Air (13" 1.86 C2D, 4gb, 128gb), Boxee, Netgear Stora

  10. #10

    Member Since
    Apr 05, 2010
    Water on a soft cotton cloth is all you need.

  11. #11

    Member Since
    Apr 06, 2010
    Anti-glare screen protectors?
    Hello everyone, this is my first post on this forum. My wife just got an iPad yesterday so we are looking for a bit of advice on an accessory.

    Does anyone know of any decent anti-glare screen protector films for the iPad? My wife and I use them on our iPhones and they are awesome. I wouldn't be without one because the fingerprints drive me crazy. I checked Amazon and ebay but no one has rated them yet and ebay tends to sell a lot of low quality stuff.

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    Member Since
    Jan 27, 2007
    17 inch 2 GHz C2D imac (5,1) with 3GB DDR2 RAM, X1600 (128MB memory) GPU - OSX 10.6.3
    Well according to the videos I've seen scratching the screen with a metal nail and leaves no scratch marks. But the back side is really easy to be scratched or scuffed.

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    Jan 18, 2010
    iMac i7 Quad, 27", 8GB mem, 1TB disk, USB numeric keypad
    Cloth for cleaning iPad screen
    Quote Originally Posted by charlesfmason View Post
    Water on a soft cotton cloth is all you need.

    Careful with the water, or other cleaners. I bought a package of micro-fibre cloths and they clean the screen very well dry. I also bought a small aerosol sprayer of alcohol, but found elswhere online that any cleaner may cause problems.

    I have a Zagg protector on order -- maybe it wil reduce finger prints as well.

  14. #14

    Member Since
    Apr 12, 2010
    I had the Zagg Invisible Shield put on and it protects the screen very well. I do miss the smooth feel of the screen but I wanted to protect my screen.

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    Member Since
    Jan 29, 2010
    Palm Beach Gardens, FL
    17" Macbook Pro with 2.8GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB 1066MHz DDR3, 500GB Serial ATA @ 7200 rpm, HiRes AntiGla
    i ordered a ($25) anti glare screen protector. i saw cheaper ones but was afraid they wouldnt last. I cant stand not using a screen protector on my iphone because it gets so oily and my finger gets stuck on it. I just dont know how im going to get the screen protector on such a large device.
    I love to jump out of perfectly good airplanes!

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