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Question:Q:iPhone SE 2020 - Screen Protector

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Is anyone having problems applying their screen protectors to the new iPhone SE 2020.

I consider myself an expert at applying screen protectors, having very little tolerance for air bubbles.

HOWEVER, today I’ve gone through four glass screen protectors, all failing to apply around the outer edge.

Apple quote that the SE is identical casing and screen to the iPhone 8, however I have now doubting this.

Looking for some answers.

iPhone SE, iOS 13

Posted on May 2, 2020 9:52 AM

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Hi Thanks for this.

Its a non Glass protector, much like the tough film versions I have tried for the apple watch and fit bits that repair themselves (slightly).

These will always work as they bend the curved edge. Only issue is do I get the wife this with little protection from heavy drops or a normal Glass and she puts up with the Halo effect?

Thanks for the advice. Great looking iPhone in RED!

Posted on Jul 7, 2020 5:28 AM

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May 2, 2020 6:42 PM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

I’ve had the very same issue using a no name cheap protector, a Belkin Screen Force, and finally a Spigen GLAStR.

All have the same halo around the edges.

It would be a huge coincidence indeed if three different brands all failed in an identical manner.

There must be a subtle difference in the edge bevel of the new screens.

May 2, 2020 6:42 PM

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May 10, 2020 11:23 PM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

I have had the same problem. Tried JETech which I’ve used before without problems on iPhone 8 and iPhone 11pro. Also tried Manto covers, same halo effect.

Has anyone found a cover that doesn’t do this?

May 10, 2020 11:23 PM

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May 2, 2020 10:22 AM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

Your issues seem to be with the screen protectors and not an iPhone.

Ask the people that made the protectors.

May 2, 2020 10:22 AM

May 2, 2020 10:31 AM in response to QuickTimeKirk In response to QuickTimeKirk

Thanks, I’ve gone through three different brands today, there seems to be a specification difference in the iPhone 8 screen to the SE screen.

hoping to see if this is a founded issue...

May 2, 2020 10:31 AM

May 2, 2020 6:42 PM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

I’ve had the very same issue using a no name cheap protector, a Belkin Screen Force, and finally a Spigen GLAStR.

All have the same halo around the edges.

It would be a huge coincidence indeed if three different brands all failed in an identical manner.

There must be a subtle difference in the edge bevel of the new screens.

May 2, 2020 6:42 PM

May 10, 2020 11:23 PM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

I have had the same problem. Tried JETech which I’ve used before without problems on iPhone 8 and iPhone 11pro. Also tried Manto covers, same halo effect.

Has anyone found a cover that doesn’t do this?

May 10, 2020 11:23 PM

May 11, 2020 7:42 AM in response to 2witch In response to 2witch

Per an email exchange with Spigen customer support, they are aware of this issue and are working with their suppliers to have new SE 2020 specific protectors available. Response below.

“We strive to make sure you are getting the most quality item and we do sincerely apologize for this inconvenience. Our product development team is actively working to improve the screen protector and in the near future, we should have a better fitting screen protector for iPhone SE 2020 available to purchase.”

In the meantime, it appears that the options are live with the halo or bareback it.

May 11, 2020 7:42 AM

May 19, 2020 6:02 PM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

Same here! I changed three different kind protectors, then all go wrong the same! Babbles all around the screen..... I peeled it off and put on my iPhone 8 again it went on perfectly! I think it is safe to say the SE’s screen is not quite the same with 8 !

Unless apple come out specific screen protector for the new SE, I guess just no glass kind protector for this phone then....

May 19, 2020 6:02 PM

May 19, 2020 11:56 PM in response to 2witch In response to 2witch

Update: I haven’t found a glass screen protector that is currently compatible with my SE 2020.

The best fit protector I have found to date is from

Media Devil. https://mediadevil.com/products/apple-iphone-se-8-7-screen-protector-glass-free

May 19, 2020 11:56 PM

May 19, 2020 11:58 PM in response to Athenalia In response to Athenalia

I haven’t been able to get a glass protector to work to date.

the best I’ve found current is from media devil: https://mediadevil.com/products/apple-iphone-se-8-7-screen-protector-glass-free

my preference is however a glass protector, apparently a number of manufacturers are working on updated protectors for the iPhone SE 2020, but we’ll have to wait for these.

May 19, 2020 11:58 PM

May 20, 2020 12:01 AM in response to 2witch In response to 2witch

I am yet to find a glass protector to work, apparently the issue isn’t present on all 2020 SE which I find very odd. They may have switched screen manufacturers half way through production?

A number of manufacturers are working on glass protectors to fit the 2020. In the meantime the best fit protector I have found is from media devil.

https://mediadevil.com/products/apple-iphone-se-8-7-screen-protector-glass-free

May 20, 2020 12:01 AM

May 20, 2020 3:24 AM in response to 2witch In response to 2witch

Hi. I bought a Belkin screen cover from Apple for my 2020SE. It’s perfect, no trapped air creating the halo effect at the edges

May 20, 2020 3:24 AM

May 20, 2020 3:24 AM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

Hi. I bought a Belkin screen cover from Apple for my 2020SE. It’s perfect, no trapped air creating the halo effect at the edges

May 20, 2020 3:24 AM

May 26, 2020 11:07 AM in response to 2witch In response to 2witch

Which Belkin model screen protector did you buy that fit the SE 2020?

May 26, 2020 11:07 AM

May 26, 2020 11:23 AM in response to ofrielpc In response to ofrielpc

Hi

i bought this one.

Belkin InvisiGlass Ultra Screen Protection for iPhone SE / 8 / 7£24.95Qty 1£24.95

May 26, 2020 11:23 AM

May 28, 2020 5:50 PM in response to Joe93uk In response to Joe93uk

Same problem for me as well. Tried 3 different brands and all 3 have left the unsticking halo around the edges of my phone. Frustrating.

May 28, 2020 5:50 PM

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Question:Q:iPhone SE 2020 - Screen Protector

Sours: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/251329622

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Review: InvisibleShield Glass Elite Edge screen protector is nearly invisible

InvisibleShield has a wide variety of screen protectors; anti-glare, blue light blocking, and privacy to name a few. Now, it added the new Glass Elite Edge to its offerings.

Glass Elite Edge takes InvisibleShield's Glass Elite tempered glass screen protector and adds a black edge, causing it to seamlessly blend in to the black bezels around the iPhone's gorgeous display.

How strong is it?

Generally speaking, drop tests and ilk are not very reliable or scientific. Any drop is unique from the height it is dropped from, the amount of angular momentum it is moving with, the side of the phone it makes contact with, and what surface it lands on.

InvisibleShield Glass Elite Edge screen protector on an iPhone 11 Pro Max

InvisibleShield Glass Elite Edge screen protector on an iPhone 11 Pro Max

So no, we didn't put on the screen protector and purposefully drop our phone countless times trying to judge its strength. Instead, we have our real-world experience with using Glass Elite screen protectors.

We regularly go without any case at all on our iPhone, even optioning for AppleCare so to not have to particularly worry about something happening to our device. That said, a screen protector is still something we recommend.

Our phones will show small micro-abrasions along the top and bottom of the front glass just from taking it in and out of our pockets countless times a day. A scratch on the screen, while irritating, isn't covered under a warranty, so a screen protector is a relatively low-cost way to prevent that with minimal bulk.

Invisible Shield Glass Elite Edge screen protector on an iPhone 11 Pro Max

Invisible Shield Glass Elite Edge screen protector on an iPhone 11 Pro Max

Not to mention that in the case of a tumble, a screen protector can save you a costly trip to the Apple Store. If an iPhone screen shatters, Apple charges $29 under AppleCare, but that can balloon quickly if you don't have a warranty.

In our time using Glass Elite screen protectors, we have had them crack in the past, but we've not had our iPhone's screen be damaged at the same time. For us, that is the most important part.

Invisible Shield says it uses an ion-exchange technology to increase hardness and scratch-resistance, which doesn't sound that far off from the double ion-exchange process Apple uses.

Installation

All of InvisibleShield's screen protectors go on the same. It isn't the most difficult process, but we wouldn't say the easiest either.

The first step is to clean the iPhone display using the included microfiber cloth and dust-collecting sticker. Once the display is clean, you place the frame around the phone. Then you peel off the back of the screen protector, place it in the frame, and press down in the center.

InvisibleShield Glass Elite Edge screen protector blends in

InvisibleShield Glass Elite Edge screen protector blends in

Even the most careful of applicators can still end up with a piece of dust on the screen, which is very frustrating when it happens. But apart from installing it in a clean room, there is nothing else Invisible Shield can do to prevent this.

What we ran into with this version of the screen protector that we didn't with the others was small bubbles around the edges. These bubbles seemed to be between the black edge and the center and were a royal pain to get out.

We did manage to get rid of these bubbles but it took a good amount of pressure with our thumbs to force the air out the sides of the protector. It wasn't easy.

Should you buy the Glass Elite Edge screen protector?

A screen protector is generally a good thing to have on your phone, especially if you are rather rough with it. Yet, screen protectors seem far less common than cases among users.

This screen protector does a better job than others in blending into the display and most people won't even realize it is there. The edges aren't curved like we see with TemperedCurve protector from Belkin which does give a bit of a lip as you swipe your fingers from the edges of the display.

Invisible Shield Glass Elite Edge screen protector on an iPhone 11 Pro Max

Invisible Shield Glass Elite Edge screen protector on an iPhone 11 Pro Max

Overall, the screen protector is responsive, durable, and hides in plain site. Zagg has developed one of the easiest application processes around and we appreciate not having to worry about damaging our iPhone's display.

Pros

  • Seamless design blends into the front of your iPhone
  • Protects your screen from scratches and falls
  • Easy application process
  • Repels fingerprints

Cons

  • Edges aren't curved
  • Can still get dust or bubbles

Rating: 4 out of 5

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Remove Tempered Glass White Edge Gap Bubbles - Liquid Solution

See the last paragraph of the post if you want to try to fix your current tempered glass screen protector – the video gives an excellent solution for most people.  Here’s my story of how I figured out why the edges do this (for some people at least) and how to prevent it from happening in the first place:

A relative of mine recently got a new iPhone 8 Plus and the sales person convinced him to get the tempered glass screen protector.  The specific one they were selling is made by Zagg called Invisible Shield Glass +.  They had the phone for a few weeks and a small scratch developed in the screen protector.  He claims he never dropped his phone or did anything that could have caused the scratch.  Anyway, he contacted Zagg and I have to say I am impressed with their customer support.  They mailed out a replacement screen protector, no questions asked, and waived the usual $5.99 shipping charge, as long as I mailed back the cracked one.

A week later, he got the replacement screen protector.  Because I am the “tech saavy” friend, he asked me to help him put the screen protector on.  I hate doing this, because I always mis-align it  or get a piece of dust underneath and it drives me crazy, as I’m a bit OCD about things like screen protectors.  I managed to get it placed exactly right (I think) with no bubbles or dust underneath, but then I noticed that the edges were not sticking fully to the phone.  I tried pressing and holding it down, but no matter what I did, the edges were raised up just the slightest little bit.  What the heck?

I did a search online and find tons of people with similar problems but no one had a solution.  I decided to try contacting Zagg and tell them about the problem.  I got the following response:

Our recommendation is to power off your phone 15-20 minutes before you apply your InvisibleShield on and allow a few hours for your phone to be off after installing the product so that the heat from your battery and from the device light doesn’t heat up the adhesive part of the InvisibleShield, just to guarantee your  screen adhering to your device.

Hmmm.  I wasn’t sure I it could be that simple, with all of the complaints online and no one having posted this solution.  Anyway – they sent out another replacement at no charge and when my relative brought his phone and the new replacement over, we gave it a shot.  We left the phone completely powered off for an hour, just to make sure it was cool.  I applied the screen protector (no bubbles and no dust again, and got it lined up just right).  The edges did seem to stick and we left the phone off for about 3 hours.  The edges seem to be sticking just fine.  I’m shocked.

If you have the same issue, share if you tried this solution and if it worked for you.  I also wonder if some of the screen protectors are just defective or not completely flat and others are.  I’d be amazed if the reason for everyone having trouble is that they are applying the screen protectors to warm phones!

For those of you that want to try something with your current screen protector and not have to replace it completely, you can try using a Q-tip (cotton swab) and olive oil.  You gently rub it along the edge of the screen protector and the olive oil will fill in the “halo” gap where the screen protector is lifted up from the screen.  For many people this will permanently fix the problem.  For others, they may need to re-apply olive oil every so often.  I’m not aware of small amounts of olive oil being damaging to your phone or screen, but I’ve never tried this one myself.  I haven’t heard of any negative reports yet – but if I will certainly share if anyone else has problems.  Some people say that if the gap is too large, olive oil won’t help, but castor oil will work in that situation.  Again, a simple solution to an annoying problem (to some people).  Here’s a video done by someone else, demonstrating the problem and showing the olive oil solution:

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