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Water under screen

Discussion in 'iPad 2 Forum' started by Micha3l, May 18, 2012.

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    Hi everyone

    I recently purchased an iPad 2, and thought I'd do the right thing and buy a screen protector.

    When applying it it suggested lightly spraying the screen with water, applying the cover and using a credit card to squeeze the water out. When doing this it actually scratched the protector so I removed it.

    The problem I now have is that it appears that there are little bubbles of water under the iPad screen! When looking really closely at the screen itself, it looks it may have a protective layer on it itself, and the water is under that but I don't know if your supposed to take this off? If touching the bubbles you can move them (like its under a protective layer).

    Has anyone had this issue? Is there a layer on there from factory I was supposed to take off?

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    Michael
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    Can close the thread, silly mistake.

    The actual protector was still on the screen, the protector's protective layer was all that I removed
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    Are you sure you didn't apply a protective shield on top of a protective shield?

    Sounds like a screen protector is still on the iPad. If there is not and you have bubbles I'm baffled.....but would use a credit card to try and remove them!
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    Glad you figured it out! With that this thread is closed!
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