Bubbles usually occur if the screen protector is not applied correctly or if there's dust or dirt on the screen during application. To avoid this, thoroughly clean your screen before applying the protector. If you still have bubbles after application, try to gently push them toward the edge of the screen. If they persist, you may need to remove and reapply the screen protector.
While a screen protector adds an extra layer of protection to your device, it doesn't make your screen entirely crack-proof. It's designed to help prevent scratches and minor surface damage, but it won't fully protect against high-impact drops. Always be careful with your device and consider investing in a quality protective case for additional protection.
A high-quality screen protector should not significantly affect the touch sensitivity of your screen. If you notice any reduction in touch sensitivity, it may be due to the incorrect application of the screen protector or the use of a low-quality product. Always make sure to follow application instructions carefully and consider investing in a high-quality screen protector.
The frequency of replacement depends on the quality of the screen protector and how much wear and tear it undergoes. If you notice any cracks, scratches, or it's peeling at the edges, it's time to replace it. Even if it looks fine, a good rule of thumb is to replace your screen protector at least once a year to ensure it's providing the best protection.
Generally, screen protectors are not designed to be reusable. Removing them can distort the shape and reduce the adhesive quality, leading to a poor fit when reapplied. However, some high-quality or specific types of screen protectors may be reusable but always refer to the manufacturer's instructions to be sure.
A well-made screen protector should not interfere with your device's 3D Touch functionality or Face ID. Ensure that the protector you choose is specifically designed to work with these features.
Tempered glass screen protectors typically offer better protection than plastic ones. They are more resistant to scratches and can provide some degree of impact protection. However, they are usually a bit thicker and might be more noticeable. Plastic protectors are thinner and less noticeable, but they tend to scratch more easily.