No matter who you are, a new iPad Air is quite an investment. Don't let your investment get scratched and scuffy. Keep your iPad Air's screen protected and safe with some help from the best screen protectors out there! Here are the best screen protectors available for your iPad Air 3 (2019).
Note: While the majority of these screen protectors say that they're only for the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, the iPad Air (2019) has the exact same screen dimensions so that these protectors will fit like an absolute glove!
Protect with clarity
Keep your iPad Air (2019) protected and safe with the super popular and highly rated amFilm Tempered Glass Screen Protector. This particular screen protector comes in a 2-pack and is incredibly simple to install — if there are any bubbles, you can use the squeegee it comes with to press them out.
Batten down the hatches and stop your new iPad Air (2019) from scratching and scraping with some help from the Supershieldz Tempered Glass Anti-Scratch Screen Protector. This screen protector is designed with rounded edges for a smoother touch, while the oleophobic coating makes for an anti-fingerprint display and smooth, even protection.
Pragmatic, popular, and protective
Save your new iPad Air (2019)'s beautiful face and adorn your newest Apple device with a JETech Tempered Glass Screen Protector. This accessory is incredibly easy to install with its one-push installation, and even though it's incredibly protective, it also works seamlessly with the Apple Pencil.
OMOTON is another popular brand that will keep your screen scratch-free. This one features a 9H hardness rating and is fully compatible with the Apple Pencil, so you'll barely notice it, if at all. It's easy to install and has high transparency so that it won't interfere with your daily usage.
A trusted name
This tempered glass screen protector has a 9H hardness rating to protect your screen from scratches and scuffs, and it still retains HD Retina clarity, so you won't even notice it. Ailun also provides you with all of the tools necessary for a breezy installation.
Anti-glare, matte goodness
If you don't like to deal with glare on your iPad Air screen, then check out this option from iCarez. It's anti-glare and a matte finish, while retaining maximum resolution on your Retina display for clarity. It is thin and feels like paper, so you won't notice that it's there, and the matte finish does not interfere with touch sensitivity and responsiveness.
Protect your iPad Air
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That iPad Air has a gorgeous screen, and you should definitely keep it scratch-free and safe. These screen protectors get the job done, and some even add extra bonuses, like anti-glare and matte finishes. Plus, some come in packs of two, so you can get your money's worth, or even just have a spare in case something goes wrong with your first installation attempt.
Our favorite is the amFilm Tempered Glass Screen Protector, because it's highly affordable, good quality, and you get two in one pack, so you can have a spare handy. We've used this brand for protecting the screens on multiple electronic devices, and have never had an issue. Another one we like is the iCarez Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector. The anti-glare coating and matte finish make it easier to see your screen when there are light sources nearby. Plus, it doesn't deter from the responsiveness of the screen at all. Whatever option you end up going with, know that investing in a screen protector is a terrific idea: your iPad Air (2019) will thank you!
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Christine Romero-Chan was formerly a Senior Editor for iMore. She has been writing about technology, specifically Apple, for over a decade at a variety of websites. She is currently part of the Digital Trends team, and has been using Apple’s smartphone since the original iPhone back in 2007. While her main speciality is the iPhone, she also covers Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac when needed.
When she isn’t writing about Apple, Christine can often be found at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, as she is a passholder and obsessed with all things Disney, especially Star Wars. Christine also enjoys coffee, food, photography, mechanical keyboards, and spending as much time with her new daughter as possible.