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Belkin Malaysia guarantees a dust-free, air bubble-free screen protector for your iPhone

 

If you’ve just bought a phone, the two things you will buy together with your phone is a protective case and a screen protector. And if you’ve ever tried applying a screen protector yourself, you’ll know that it is a pain in the you-know-where to get right.

No matter how careful you are, you’ll probably get a speck of dust or air bubbles trapped under the protector or have it misaligned or…have all of the problems.

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Add a Back button to your iPhone 6 with just a screen protector

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Apple has always insisted that its 4″ iPhone was the perfect size. That’s until they announced its larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that came with much larger 4.7-5.5″ display.

As the screen gets bigger, it is tougher to stretch your fingers to reach the top corners especially where the on-screen back button is located. However they tried to make it usable in a single hand with its reachability mode. This is triggered by double tapping on the home button to shrink the current display. For Android, navigation is less painful on a large screen thanks to the standard back and recent apps buttons.

If you’re wishing for something similar on your iPhone, it is now possible and all you’ll need is just a screen protector.

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VIDEO: This Screen Protector is Tougher than Gorilla Glass

A screen protector is just an overpriced plastic sheet that does very little in protecting the screen of your prized smartphone. Sure it’ll keep the screen of your phone free from scratches but drop your phone on the pavement and there’s really nothing much a flimsy screen protector can do to protect it from the impact. That is unless you use Buff – a screen protector that is incredibly tough, capable of withstanding knocks from a mug, a hammer and even a brick.

What makes the Buff screen protector special is its construction which consists of four impact absorbing and dispersing layers. This special construction not only make the Buff screen protector tough as nails but also help it reduce air bubbles trapped beneath the protector if the protector is not properly applied. Buff says unsightly bubbles will disappear within 24-48 hours, depending on room temperature.

Wondering where you can get a Buff screen protector? Currently, no one knows how or where to get one. At this point, they don’t appear to be available on the BUFF website, although word has it that these ultra-tough screen protectors are going for around US$20 — $30 around the web. Good luck finding one. And if you do find one, let us know.

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Apply screen protector without the annoying the air bubbles and dust specks

The first accessory almost everyone gets right after purchasing a mobile phone is a screen protector. This thin protective film is necessary considering screens on mobile devices are getting bigger and bigger, but boy are they a pain to apply perfectly.

Most will usually get the shop assistant to install the screen protector for them but nothing beats the satisfaction of getting a job done right by yourself. So if you want to get that pristine bubble and dust free screen protector application by yourself, here’s a video that has a few useful tips for you.

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