Apple is Using TrueClear Pro To Put On iPhone Screen Protectors

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#iPhone #TrueClearProApple is Using TrueClear Pro To Put On iPhone Screen Protectors  : Apple Stores in Japan offering screen protector installations for Apple devices using dedicated TrueClear Pro machines made by Belkin. The prices for this, ranges from 2,180 yen to 4,280 yen (about $19 to $37) depending on material and size of the device.

According to Mac Otakara, Apple Store employees in Japan have received specialized Belkin-branded tool, TrueClear Pro, for installing the iPhone screen protectors’ in-store, confirming a report from earlier today.

The company has made partnership with Belkin to offer its ScreenCare + Anti-Glare and InvisiGlass screen protectors to its customers. The Anti-Glare version offers Improved Visibility, Protection, and is Ultra-Thin. The InvisiGlass version is made from Flexible Glass is Strong, Natural, and Ultra-Thin.

InvisiGlass Screen Protectors are having a uniform molecular structure which preserves the vibrant color, resonance and clarity of your screen with virtually no distortion so you can enjoy the brilliancy of each and every pixel. With TrueClear Pro the concentrated elastic bonding in the breakthrough material eliminates the friction causes drag, which gives you the exact same touch-sensitivity and glide as the naked screen itself.

The process of applying the glass protector to the Apple’s device appears to be straightforward, leaving little room for user error. Belkin’s setup is basically a plastic clamshell case with alignment guides cut specifically for iPhone 6/6s and 6/6s Plus handsets. A person situates an iPhone on one side of the TrueClear Pro and the protector on the other. Closing the device brings both pieces together, at which time the protector’s wrapping can be removed to expose the product’s glue layer, as a result bonding it to an iPhone’s screen.

The TrueClear Pro machine is designed to work with Belkin’s first-party protectors and save on material costs by decreasing the possibility of protector misalignment. If a customer is unhappy with the result, Apple is expected to try again with another protector, free of charge. The process is reflected in Belkin’s own customer service policies as mentioned on the company’s FAQ webpage.

Apple’s price is 2,180 or 4,280 JPY (about $19 to $37 USD). Have a look at the video below to see how the screen protector is applied on using TrueClear Pro machine.

Source : Enstarz

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