Spigen Tempered Glass Screen Designed for The New iPad Pro 11 inch [2018 Release] (1 Pack)
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- NEW iPad Pro 11 Inch [2018 Release] Screen Protector - Tempered Glass with 9H screen hardness
- Oleophobic coating prevents oils and fingerprints
- [Tempered Glass] Extreme clarity preserves the original screen brightness
- Risk-Free Lifetime Replacement Warranty with Spigen
- Compatible with the NEW Apple iPad Pro 11 inch [2018 Release]
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Quick and responsive with every touch
Extreme clarity preserves the original screen brightness
Engineered to keep the screen protected
Comes with easy installation wings to make application effortless
Strong surface lasts much longer than film protectors
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The Apple pencil definitely feels more slippery with the screen protector on but I recommend you to buy a screen protector if you are planning to use your new iPad pro for 3 years+.
Don't trust other reviews. This fits nicely for my new iPad pro 11 inch and the product description never said anything about including 2 packs.
Edit: I agree with others about the touch sensitivity. Size, face id and apple pencil have no issues. But there are times when the ipad cant read my touch input
Packaging - nice packaging box. Foam padded sides and foam bag holding the screen protector. I also Have an alcohol rub for cleaning the screen.
Touch sensitivity - that’s one where I can see why other reviewers have mentioned the reduced sensitivity. I still can touch to wake with little to no problem. Just that occasionally I need to be more deliberate with my screen pressing.
Ease of installation - if you’re used to the really nice iCarez iPhone type screen protector installers where you have a plastic rim to guide your screen protectors onto the glass, then you’ll have a little more difficulty with these. It’s just a screen protector in the box. No fancy installation kit. Didn’t bother me though. You’ll probably want to turn off all the fans in the room, and operate in a clean environment. I did that, but I’m also crazy that way.
Bubbles - little to no bubbles. But if you do get them they’re a little harder to remove because the screen protector is a lot larger. I do see some bubbles around the FaceID notch area. Sure it’ll go away after a few days.
Texture - strangely enough I find these to be smoother than the apple glass itself which has more traction to it. I prefer this finish because it just makes flicking so much easier.
I think Spigen always produces fairly decent products and this is no exception. For those who are facing the FaceID detection issue, perhaps you want to try placing your SP higher up. You don’t want the edge of the screen protector near the flood illuminater module.
First, you have a limited amount of time to get the screen protector on the device before lint and debris begins to collect. Second, trying to eyeball the alignment was a bit of a chore. Third, the tabs used holding the screen protector during the install began to give while trying to get the protector aligned. Finally, dead spots on the screen.
In the end, I decided to remove the protector all together. Why purchase a $1K device, and diminish the quality of its performance?
All the screen protectors go on flawlessly (for me). No installation issues, the issue is that it does not sense me touching it. You must touch multiple times for it to read your touch. Very frustrating.
Everything else is great. Fits perfectly. Face ID works (glass covers all sensors), pencil works. I will still purchase their products.
When I bought it, it says x2 protectors not 1.
False advertisement.. Plus, Spigen has no merit over generic brand screen protectors. They are just over priced.
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Cons: seems to make the touch sensitivity of the iPad very high and less responsive (imagine driving a Ferrari on a sheet of ice). No alignment tool so you’re on your own. At this price, there really should be two.