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I was thinking of getting an iPhone 5 and using a screen protector with an OtterBox Defender case -- with the OtterBox's default screen protector removed. I was wondering what might be a good screen protector to buy. I asked Chris Pirillo and he said he has used SGP -- I guess it was for his iPhone 4S.

I haven't been able to see a lot of variety in terms of YouTube videos about different SGP screen protectors, so I was wondering if any of you knew about them or had experience with the. Even more important, what is the screen protector you use for your iPhone 5, and would you recommend it? Please also include any experience with installation because I'm horrible with doing screen protector installation. I heard there are some problems with Zaag screen protectors in terms of how they feel, and also anti-glare screen protectors in terms of loss of screen quality.

I would like an anti-glare screen protector that doesn't cause pixelation or loss of resolution. I would like to keep the amazing picture quality of the iPhone 5 while having an anti-glare screen. If that is not possible, then I just want the most protection with the most clarity and ease of installation. I would also like a screen protector for the front and back of the iPhone 5.

asked Jan 01 '13 at 16:49

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Invisable Shield is always a nice protector. A little more expensive but hey, your iphone still costs more...

answered Jan 01 '13 at 17:09

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Which Zaag Invisible Shield do you recommend and do they all come with a cover for the back of the phone? Also have you used SGP and does it compare to the Invisible Shield?

(Jan 01 '13 at 19:54) abridgedcritic abridgedcritic's gravatar image

just a formality it is zagg not zaag...

only the full body comes with the back, which i assume if you are putting it in an otterbox you would not need. and if you are going to put it in an otter box you should get the one cut to be case friendly.

as far as anti-glare you def dont want the high def...

beyond that it is up to you what you want, they have ones to deter smudge... might be worth a look

(Jan 01 '13 at 20:16) trueb trueb's gravatar image

Are you familiar with any other brands as well?

(Jan 01 '13 at 22:14) abridgedcritic abridgedcritic's gravatar image

Also could I use the front and rear film cover with the otterbox case?

(Jan 02 '13 at 15:49) abridgedcritic abridgedcritic's gravatar image
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