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iPhone - Smudging?


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I've heard the screen smudges really easily and gets very difficult to work with, is that true? Could some one please give me a review of the ups and downs of the phone / screen.
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I've only had mine for about a week, the screen does smudge, but I haven't found it to be a problem.
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You can always purchase a nice case from the following site:http://www.iskin.com/revo/
The case includes a privacy film and also a protective case.I just got mine and still have the original film on the mobile(not to have the extra unwanted finger prints on my mobile until protective casing has arrived)
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Fingerprint smudges come off with the wipe of a t-shirt.


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Yea, it smudges, but nothing a quick swipe across your pant leg won't fix


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It does smudge... the Iskin I bought really helps, but Im constantly cleaning the screen... the small rag that comes with the iphone seems to absorb the oils from your hand and sometimes makes the screen worse... when I bought my mac display it came with an awesome screen cleaner i use that
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