The iPhone X features a beautiful, almost bezel-less display that is all glass. Even though Apple describes the glass as its most durable ever on an iPhone, it's not made out of magic. You need to protect that display if you want to keep it crack-free. To protect that beautiful OLED display, a screen protector is a way to go.
2-for-1 from a trusted brand
Spigen has been a respected brand in the phone accessory space for a long time, especially where screen protection is concerned. Spigen's precise cutout for the iPhone X's camera notch will ensure that all the functionality packed into that small space will work correctly. It lets you unlock your phone with Face ID and take all the Portrait Mode selfies you want! At only 0.3mm thin, typing, scrolling, zooming, and all the other gestures you use on the screen of your iPhone X will work as they usually do.
Keep your iPhone X's screen protected from scratches, scrapes, and shattering with this incredibly thin, 0.2mm screen protector from Maxboost. Using tempered glass can save your screen from high drops, accidentally falling face-first onto the pavement, and so much more. Plus, the Maxboost screen protector is super sensitive so that you won't lose any of your screens functionality!
Complete front glass protection
The TOZO tempered glass screen protector will protect almost the entire front of your iPhone X due to its curved design to match the edges of the phone. It's really thin: Coming in at about .26mm in thickness, the TOZO tempered glass screen protector won't affect your ability to interact with your screen. Its oleophobic coating should ensure that your fingerprints don't smudge up the screen. The cutouts for all the sensors and front-facing camera up top mean you can use FaceID and take great selfies with no problem!
Coming in at about .25mm in thickness, the Trianium screen protector won't affect your ability to interact with your iPhone X. Its oleophobic and hydrophobic coating will keep your fingerprints off the screen and prevent oil smudges up. Plus, the cutouts for all the sensors and front-facing camera up top means you can use FaceID with no issues! Trianium includes very clear instructors and all the gear you need to install the screen protectors with no bubbles!
This .33mm thick tempered glass screen protector will cover the entire OLED display of your iPhone X. It won't interfere with any of the sensors up at the top of the phone. Plus, the JETech has a coating that conceals the screen from anyone who's not looking from directly in front. This means if you're taking public transit, the person sitting next to you shouldn't be able to see what's on your screen.
Protect your screen
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The iPhone X OLED display is made of glass, and regardless of how strong Apple claims the glass to be, the glass will break if it's damaged. I've personally used Spigen's tempered glass screen protector on multiple devices over the years, and have always been impressed with their durability.
If you have multiple iPhones you want to protect, or you love the idea of having backup screen protectors just in case, the Trianium 3-packis a great price! Regardless of which screen protector you get, your iPhone X screen will thank you for keeping it safe. You'll feel a lot better knowing your screen won't get scratched, scuffed, or crack as easily.
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