InvisibileShield's GlassFusion VisionGuard+ is a new hybrid iPhone screen protector
What you need to know
- InvisibleShield announced the GlassFusion VisionGuard+ with D3O and GlassFusion+ with D3O screen protectors.
- Both new screen protectors feature the fancy D30 non-Newtonian fluid.
Accessory maker InvisibleShield today announced that both the GlassFusion VisionGuard+ with D3O and GlassFusion+ with D3O screen protectors are now available for iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The two new screen protectors both feature the same fancy D30 non-Newtonian fluid, which makes for quite the conversation starter!
The two new screen protectors include:
Both of the two new screen protectors are available for all four new iPhones. You can find them all in the InvisibleShield store. The folks at InvisibleShield/Zagg already make some of the best screen protectors around and these latest additions will be no different.
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