This is a discussion on How many people here actually use a screen protector? within the iPad Accessories for iPAD 1, 2 and 3 forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by Mickey330 Blech. Never had a screen protector and never wanted one. Don't like the touch/feel of them. Same here. I dislike the ...
Not bothered - I see no real benefit
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I just removed mine because it kept bubbling up
My iPad case has a built in screen protector, other than that I don't use screen protectors and haven't noticed any scratching on the screens of any of my devices.
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I have a colleague who uses a screen protector and he quite possibly has the ugliest looking iPad on the planet.
Don't believe in them. When my device isn't in use, the smart cover is closed and the unit is in its carrying case.
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I use the zagg invisible shield. iPad is not cheap and I'd like to keep it protected. I don't abuse it but I have a dog and he has claws. Sometimes I leave the cover open and I'd not like scratches. So far no issues but I'm not rich and don't want to have to replace the screen
I use it but my friend tell me to abandon it... she said it hurts your eye...- -! come on!
After my first iPhone 4 lasted for 6 months I had to buy a screen protector with my new iPhone. Instead of getting one of the clear stickers that go over the screen I decided to go with the Shell Shock G-Class from Cellairis. It's definitely the best iphone screen protector i've used yet. It has a body case that protects both the screen and the body from being scratched or damaged.
My iPad stays home, so it doesn't get much abuse. If I don't drop it (or the cat sleeps on it), I'm unlikely to need a screen protector. However, both iPhones have cases to protect both the screen and the device itself (Otterbox).