If you’re worried about scratching the display of your brand-new iPad mini, then getting a screen protector is a great way to prevent that from happening. Here are the five best screen protectors that you should consider if you’re thinking about getting one for your iPad mini.
Screen protectors come in all different styles, but most of them are usually made out of a thin and flexible plastic film that stick onto your device’s screen using some kind of adhesive or just with static electricity.
More expensive screen protectors are made out of tempered glass, which are essentially just really thin sheets of glass that you stick on top of your iPad mini’s display. This makes it so that you’ll still get that natural glass feel to the device, but it does add a bit of thickness, since glass screen protectors are a bit thicker than plastic ones.
There are also more rugged screen protectors from companies like Zagg who specialize in military-grade screen protection.
These screen protectors are made out of an incredible material that’s insanely scratch proof. They’re overkill most of the time and are pretty expensive, but they can be good for users who work in construction that would have an iPad exposed to extreme conditions most of the time.
Whatever you’re looking for, here are four options that you should consider, and we’ve also included different styles and different price ranges for different types of users, so hopefully you’ll find one that matches your budget and your needs. Plus, the great thing about the iPad mini, is that any iPad mini screen protector will work with all three generations.
While there are plenty of imitators out on the market, none stand a chance to the real thing. Zagg makes the ever-popular InvisibleShield screen protector, which is made of a unique military-grade material that essentially makes your iPad's screen completely scratch proof.
There are plenty of videos you can find on YouTube that test the capabilities of Zagg's InvisibleShield, where scratching your display with keys or even a knife doesn't do a single thing.
The texture of the screen protector is a little odd and it's definitely different than what a plastic or glass screen protector feels like, so it takes a bit of getting used to, but if you find yourself always scratching the displays on your devices, Zagg's InvisibleShield may be the best option for you.
The InvisibleShield for the iPad mini comes in three different models: Original, HDX, and Glass, with the last two offering more clarity, but a higher price tag.
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