After continued use, it's a given that typical screen protectors tend to wear themselves out. The corners begin to peel and all kinds of dirt and other unwanted grime creeps in. What's worse is that regular screen films don't provide sufficient screen protection to balance out the aforementioned issues. Therefore, Spigen SGP's continuation to its signature GLAS.t glass screen protector ($27.99) line for the iPhone 5 is the optimal solution for those wishing to keep their iPhone's screens pristine and scratch-free.
As we wait, almost bubbling over with excitement, the folks over in Cupertino are bustling around preparing for this Friday's anticipated iPhone 5 launch. One of the ways that Apple is getting its stuff together is by devoting more resources into approving any application updates to ensure iPhone 5 owners are greeted with a store-full of applications compatible with iOS 6 and utilizing the device's new taller screen.
It's overdue, but an application that allows users to record the screen of their iOS devices has finally made its introduction onto the App Store. Almost a straight over port of its Cydia counterpart, Display Recorder ($1.99) was released for the iPhone and iPad two days ago.
We absolutely fell in love with Spigen SGP's top-notch solution for users seeking an effective way to safeguard their iPhone's screens. Their line of high quality tempered glass screen protectors recently expanded to the new iPad, and naturally we were eager to get our grubby hands on a unit. The GLAS.t for the new iPad ($69.99) is a premium tempered glass screen protector catered to users who clumsily and frequently drop their devices.
Although Apple has yet to officially announce the anticipated next-generation iPhone, rumors have begun to pour in as is the case every year. Apple may in fact be, however, testing two iPhone prototypes, as they're still deciding which to unveil later this year.
Eventually, all typical screen films either get grubby and nasty, begin to peel in the corners or have ugly spots and scratches. In the case of Spigen SGP's GLAS.t screen protecting solutions for the iPhone 4S, however, the aforementioned is completely avoidable.
There's really no material completely prone to being damaged, and while the iPhone's glass exterior may look extremely nice, it's easy to scratch and have its look just that easily, simply put, messed up. There are numerous products that have been made to rectify the issue, and have, but they don't all appeal to every single one of the many iOS-device owners out there - in order to fix the issue for people annoyed by, for example, the Otterbox Defender's plastic screen overlay, Spigen has manufactured the SGP GLAS.t available for $27.99.
As more and more rumors flood in, what tends to be the case in past years, due to the rumored dates of new product announcements comes ever so close, there are always some interesting mockups that make their way onto the web. Hypothetically, this next one that we're presenting to you could happen, but it probably will not. The video is intriguing, regardless.
Whether you’re out in the dark, laying in bed or simply using your iPhone as a flashlight, Apple hasn’t provided an easy enough way to adjust our device’s screen brightness to satisfy our needs. Regardless if you need the screen to be noticeably dimmer or brighter, it still takes some
After a somewhat lacking amount of additional features introduced in this year’s iteration of the iPhone, Apple left many things left to be desired; one of these things, is the supposed 4″ screen was among the list of other things that should have been in the iPhone 5. Japanese blog,