Plastic screen protectors are increasingly becoming a thing of the past, and just like how BodyGuardz went from wet to dry application on their traditional line of film-based products, they've gone from plastic to glass on their new line of Pure protectors.
With an H8+ hardness, ultra-clear, smudge-resistant finish, the coolest part is putting it on. Just line it up, pull off the covering, and then tap the middle and the adhesive spreads out like a nano-tech army, lightly but securely bonding the BodyGuardz Pure to your iPhone.
Check out the easy installation in the video above and let me know what you think, is glass the future for everyone?
When it comes to iPad 2 cases, everyone has an opinion on which type is best -- hard, soft, waterproof, leather, or skin case
Apple has sold 55 million iPads to date, including a ton of iPad 2s, and all I can think about is all those beautiful, breakable screens, and elegant, scratch-able aluminum backs in need of the best iPad 2 case possible to protect them. We've reviewed a bunch of iPad 2 cases here on iMore already, and we'll be reviewing a bunch more in the coming weeks, and the sheer variety of iPad 2 cases is staggering -- from the thinnest of skins to the strongest of hard shells.
There are advantages and disadvantages to all styles of iPad 2 case. Do you value form or function? Style or security? Gloss or grip? Protection or low-profile? A lot will depend on what you do with your iPad. A construction site has different iPad case requirements than a vacation on the lake or a trip to a trade show. And now that all the basics have been covered -- how many little black iPad cases can one girl or guy own? -- manufacturers are getting more creative with materials and molding. iPad cases can now be about fashion and fun as well. Cool colors, terrific textures, and niche needs are all being covered now. And the very best iPad 2 cases bring all of that together, and more.
TiPb checks out the most must-have cases to best show off -- and protect -- your new white iPhone 4
Just get a new white iPhone 4 and curious as to which cases will better show it off? Want to protect that beautiful glass display (and glass back!) and keep that white looking bright? Well read on for the TiPb store's top 10 most recommended, most must-have white iPhone cases to get your started.
You know we love BodyGuardz here at TiPb, and the great folks at NLU love the TiPb nation as well -- so much so they're letting giving away three (3) of their brand new BodyGuardz Dry Apply for iPhone 4!
Specially designed to maintain optical clarity and durability without interfering with touch-screen functionality, BodyGuardz Dry Apply is essential for the iPhone 4, which features a fresh, flatter design, and a glass back, increasing the need for full-body protection that doesn’t mask its sleek look. The patent-pending application process features the use of and adhesive that uses an anti-microbial mold inhibitor and anti-corrosion compound that is mixed directly into the product formula, providing easy-to-apply, instantly clear, scratch-proof device protection. As with all BodyGuardz products, BodyGuardz Dry Apply are made from the highest quality material
Want a BodyGuardz Dry Apply for your iPhone -- or brand new Verizon iPhone? Just leave a comment below and tell us what you most want to protect your iPhone from! (Make sure you leave a valid email address, we won't make it public but we will use it to contact you if you get one of the give aways!)
NLU Products of BodyGuardz fame showed off both their new dry-apply skins and their new line of iPhone 4 cases that include the Shelter and the bumper-style Ciderz. Don't worry, though, their traditional liquid-apply BodyGuardz aren't going anywhere so you get the best of both worlds -- choice.
Check out the video live from the CES 2011 show floor and let us know which you prefer -- dry apply or traditional?
If you had to put your precious iPad through the ultimate scratch test, which protective film covering would give it the best chance for survival -- the BodyGuardz or the InvisibleSHIELD? They're both ultra-thin, ultra-durable plastic skins, but which is the most durable? That's the challenge they gave me for the latest episode of TiPb's Amazing Case, our hardcore, case vs case tests of strength, durability, and performance.
We figure if either -- or both -- of these skins could survive being ground against rocks, etched with metal, and -- quite frankly -- screwed, then they can survive pretty much whatever normal, day-to-day use throws at them.
Follow on after the jump for the details, and the give-away!