Ipad screen

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by ferr5175, Jun 23, 2011.

  1. ferr5175

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    I am so tired of wiping my screen because of finger prints, but if I put screen protector it takes away the quality and vibrancy of the screen! When I got the screen protector on my iPhone the colors didnt pop like they did without the screen protector. Anybody have a solution?
     
  2. markbnh1

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    I got a Griffin stylus at Target and love it. It allows for more precise tapping and NO fingerprints! I guess any good stylus will do. Try one!

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  3. Mountainbikermark

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    How does a stylus work for free hand type drawing? Nothing that needs to be fine point, just random doodles

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  4. markbnh1

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    I don't use it for writing or drawing but many folks do. I just like to tap away with the smaller and cleaner tip!

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    I just bought a screen protector the other day and applied it on my iPad and I agree about the colors not popping anymore and the screen does loose it's vibrancy. And the screen protector was like harder than rocket science to apply as well :mad: lol
     
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    I second the stylus! I just got the Griffin stylus (it was on sale on Amazon for $7 - Target sells it for $19.99!!) and I love it so far. I use it for everything unless I have something long to type out. But I will hopefully use it to write notes too.
    I also an pretty fanatical about the fingerprints but don't want a protector. Pretty happy with the stylus solution.
    Oh and I have a case that has a flap closure and the stylus has a clip so I keep it there. I know some people complain about losing the stylus or not having it when you need it. This works for me.
     
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    i can see my iPad 2 glass protruding from one edge of the casing images attached below showing the difference in two ends of the panel is it something that i need to be worried about? kindly suggest

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  8. blucente

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    Looks like you have a dent, did you drop it? If it operates fine then I wouldn't think you'd have any issues. Try taking back to the apple store, I hear they're pretty good about exchanges

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  9. info

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    Many of us, after having used protectors on different things, no longer believe in them that much. I personally think you should just get rid of it, the screen will not scratch under normal use. I too like to use a stylus and the Just Mobile Alupen is also very good. Now if you have young children using your iPad, that could be another matter... Good Luck!
     
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    OCD champ about fingerprints here. I have three styluses, one for each hand. I've tried several and would STRONGLY recommend the iFaraday. (iFaraday.com). The fellow who makes them has several models. I use the "artist" version for sketching. (It doesn't improve my ability but it makes me feel like I have some.)

    I don't usually claim that my choices are the only way to go. But in this case, I'm pretty confident that the iFaraday is far superior to any of its competitors. Smoother, virtually no drag. Requires no pressure, whatsoever. Just a great little tool.

    P.S. If you're unsure which model to get, just go for the standard version in a random color (whatever he has available at the time.) Ten bucks is worth the risk.

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    #10 jsh1120, Jul 17, 2011
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