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Hey guys,
I've been buying a lot of games for my iPhone recently and it's clear that there is too much friction on my phone screen. It gets dirty real quickly and so the glass screen loses it's quick response. Is there a cover I can get for the screen that will prevent this? My phone, up till now, has been naked. Thanks!!

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Yeah, I used to have that ony my BB Pearl and that thing has really bad Orange Peel....anything that's clear? I was looking at the Power Suport Crystal Film Set

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The Invisible shield does decrease the friction I have found, And the orange peel isn't noticeable to me on mine.

I just received my warranty replacement of my invisible shield for my iphone, The first one started to peel off on the corners. Called up ZAGG and they sent me a new one, all I had to pay for was shipping.
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The Invisible shield does decrease the friction I have found, And the orange peel isn't noticeable to me on mine.

I just received my warranty replacement of my invisible shield for my iphone, The first one started to peel off on the corners. Called up ZAGG and they sent me a new one, all I had to pay for was shipping.
Shipping is like what 4 dollars? At least it's lifetime warranty though. ^-^"
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Yeah, I used to have that ony my BB Pearl and that thing has really bad Orange Peel....anything that's clear? I was looking at the Power Suport Crystal Film Set
i second on the power support film. I have the matt one and it's awesome. you cant even tell there's a screen cover.
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i second on the power support film. I have the matt one and it's awesome. you cant even tell there's a screen cover.
I love the power support film.
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I got my screen cover from the apple store ...costs about 15 bucks..but is easily the best cover I have used. I had purchased a couple of cheap ones from ebay but regretted the decision after I started getting bubbles on the screen. The one from Apple has a nice matt fninsh to it and is just perfect, imho.
Power Support Crystal Film Set for iPhone 3G - Apple Store (U.S.)
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