Got a new iPhone 13 Pro? You'll want to keep that nice big screen safe with one of the best screen protectors for the iPhone 13 Pro. While the Ceramic Shield on the screen makes it super tough, it is still glass - and glass breaks. Grab one of these screen protectors and keep that iPhone screen looking sharp and crack-free. And you'll make sure that it's worth more when you want to trade it in at the end of its life as well - perfect.
Our top pick
I've used plenty of ESR screen protectors in the past and have always been happy with them. The application tray makes installation a breeze; they are fingerprint resistant, scratch-resistant, and work just fine with any kind of case you want to use. Plus, it comes in a pack of three, so you don't need to buy a brand new one if you ever need to replace the protector.
Install with ease
You'll get three tempered glass screen protectors for one low price, plus an installation tray to help you place it on your iPhone 13 Pro perfectly. The oleophobic coating helps keep your screen clear and easy to see, while the case-friendly design means it won't get in the way of your iPhone's case.
Raise your hand if you are nervous about applying a screen protector freehand. Yeah, me too. The installation kit that comes with this one makes it easy; in fact, it reminds me of the "machine" we used at the Apple Store to apply screen protectors there perfectly every time.
Expensive, yes, but the totallee screen protector is certainly the best way to have absolutely seamless coverage on your iPhone 13 Pro as we detailed in our review. It seems to melt into the iPhone, so it really doesn't even look or feel like you have a screen protector on it, thanks to its edge-to-edge coverage.
If you don't like glass
While tempered glass offers better protection, these high-quality Japanese PET film screen protectors from Supershieldz are anti-glare and won't leave any residue if you need to remove them. Plus, they come with six in a pack, so you won't need to buy more anytime soon.
Keep your screen private
Safeguarding your screen from damage is good, but protecting it from other people's eyes is even better. This screen protector does both. It ensures that you can only see the screen from straight on, so no peeping passerby can get a look. You get two tinted screen protectors and an installation tray in the package.
The best screen protector for iPhone 13 Pro is a smart investment
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We love the iPhone 13 Pro, and we would want to keep it looking fab with one of the best iPhone 13 Pro cases, and a good screen protector. Ceramic Shield is all well and good, but it's still not great against those tougher bangs and scratches that you might encounter. Here are our top three:
We've used ESR screen protectors on several devices already, and they've always been super solid options. Installation is super straightforward, and it doesn't interfere with any phone case we've used either. The fact you get three is a bit of a bonus too.
The totallee screen protectors are a surprise hit - they really do melt into nothing when you attach them to your screen. it must be some kind of glass black magic, but if you want a screen protector that's nearly invisible when it's on the device, this is the way to go.
Finally, the EWUONU privacy screen protector is fantastic if you don't like the idea of other people being able to see your screen in public. It gives you that extra peace of mind, but you will have to make sure you're keeping your phone directly in front of your face while you're using it.
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Karen is a contributor to iMore.com as a writer and co-host of the iMore Show. She’s been writing about Apple since 2010 with a year-long break to work at an Apple Store as a product specialist. She's also a contributor at CNET. Before joining iMore in 2018, Karen wrote for Macworld, AppAdvice, WatchAware. She’s an early adopter who used to wait in long lines on release days before pre-ordering made things much easier. Karen is also a part-time teacher and occasional movie extra. She loves to spend time with her family, travel the world, and is always looking for portable tech and accessories so she can work from anywhere.
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