Installing a screen protector on a touchscreen is not always easy. Bubbles and dust can make your screen look horrible. What is the best method/procedure you have found to apply a screen protector?
You can apply a screen protector to your camera’s LCD screen in minutes, without bubbles, without hassle. True story. Here I’m going to run through a fail-safe guide, with some helpful tips for a stress-free application.
Above I mentioned that with my Windows Phone 7 device, I had no such problems; not a spot of dust, no air bubbles, perfect response. There were some differences between the applications of the two protectors, however, so it’s time to share the wisdom of choosing and correctly applying a screen protector…
There are a few different ways that you can apply a screen protector to your iPhone 6, but the iPhone 6’s new display curves around the edges, which makes it more difficult to apply a screen protector, making some methods harder than others. Thus, you may find that one method works best for you, so we’ll show you a few methods that have worked well for us in the past.