Let's say you're buying a new phone. If it's an iPhone or a high-end Android phone, you're probably spending easily more than a thousand dollars. You're spending a lot of money on a very intricately designed piece of technology. And it's fragile. Take care of it.
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Now that Niantic has taken a lot of the fun out of Pokemon GO, you have even fewer reasons to feel guilty about finding out-of-the-box ways to improve your game play (translation: Cheating). A clunky 3D-printed smartphone case is one solution, but a finger-guiding invisible screen protector is a much better way to go.
Plastic screen films, tempered glass, privacy covers, anti-glare screens -- no matter how high or low tech, screen protectors are generally seen as a must-have for anyone who's just sunk $1000-plus into a shiny new smartphone. While clear plastic screen protectors are a dime a dozen, it turns out that overprotective phone owners are increasingly turning to the pricier, but safer, options on the market.
You may never have to use your iPhone as a nutcracker, but it's good to know that Buff Labs' screen protectors will keep your iPhone's display intact if you happen to crush almonds with a hammer on it.
Toray Advanced Film Co Ltd (mouthful!) has developed a new self-healing film that protect the glass screens on our phones, tablets and computers. The film can repair itself in just 10 seconds at room temperature, and while it won't withstand the incision of a knife, it is very durable against the dings and bangs incurred as we tote our gadgets around in everyday life.