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Many people invest in what is most dear to them: college tuition for their children, an oil change for their car, shiny new jewelry for their spouses. Their phones however, are generally overlooked. We think it's about time that should change. Show your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S that you really do care, and that it truly is the one and only phone in your life. What better way to demonstrate your true feelings than by giving it the proper care it really deserves: a screen protector.
Its three-tiered layer composition (anti-scratch, UV filter, and electrostatic adhesion) helps maximize color and touch sensitivity. The anti-scratch coating will keep your iPhone's display as sleek and flawless as it was the day of purchase. Its unique "fresh-keeping" technology will eliminate dust and fingerprint contamination, thereby extending the lifetime of your screen. This one-of-a-kind screen protector also features bubble absorption technology, meaning that any air bubbles remaining after application (without lint or dust underneath) will be automagically cleared within 24 hours.
Help us help you stop iPhone screen neglect. Purchase the investment of a lifetime and insure the future of your iPhone's screen.
What's inside the package? Glad you asked!
Contents of package:
- Screen protector with patented bubble absorption technology 2 front and 2 back
- Fine polyester cleaning cloth
- Unique air bubble removal tool
How do I install the screen protector? Simple!
- Use the cleaning cloth to remove dust and any contaminants from the screen.
- Peel the coating layer up off the screen protector, identified as Label No. 1.
- Carefully position and lay the screen protector upon the screen
- Peel the release film layer, identified as Label No. 2, off the screen protector
- Installation complete
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January 18, 2013
After 2 years without a case, my iPhone 4 finally had it's a$$ handed to it by a porcelain tile floor. The front display shattered and I decided to fix myself. Since it was coming apart I decided to replace the battery and rear glass to get it back to 'new' again.
Took 1.5 hours but it went back together nice and clean. Unfortunately the camera wouldn't work (frozen on shutter) after but that seemed to be the only problem. I then realized if it was in sleep for more than 2 mins it crashed and powered down. The only way to revive it was a home/sleep button reset. I took the camera out, re-installed and that resolved all issues. Back to 100% now!
Make sure the camera goes back in exactly the way it came out. Not sure how or why it didn't work the first time but clearly something was off.
January 16, 2013
Fot its 5th anniversary my model 1176 mini-mac deserved an upgrade. As the RAM could not be extended any more, I chose the 120GB SSD.
Delivery was very fast, ordered in the weekend it arrived from California in the Northern Netherlands the next Wednesday morning.
The USB-adapter kit made cloning the drive very easy. As my Mac was reluctant to work with its belly open I needed a laptop to follow the guide, with this it was easier and went faster than I had expected. All went well, I only damaged one of the white notches keeping the enclosure in place, but this gave no problems (enough left).
Do not insert the opening tool too far (this broke the notch), follow the guide in this.
The Mac is a lot faster now, I hope/expect I can postpone its retirement for another 5 years.
March 8, 2012
My wife shattered her front glass. So I bought a new display assembly and replaced it.
It was a bit rough. Some of the screws are hard to reach. The 000+ Phillips driver tip isn't as small as it could so sometimes the driver-screw engagement made it difficult.
Get a sorting tray for your screws and label each set by step or something. Tracking where each screw goes can save you a lot of heartache.
December 16, 2011
December 16, 2011
To look sexier and he rid of the Apple logo on the back...
Smooth like a baby !@#...
Take care you clean the "Transparent Rear Panel" well enough (after taking the protective foil off) and before installing it. Otherwise you will need to open your phone again after you installed the rear panel, cleaned it up and than put it back...