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ZAGG invisibleSHIELD for iPhone 4 Now Available

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For those looking to get their hands on the iPhone 4 from Apple, you can now order your ZAGG invisibleSHIELD. The iPhone 4 has glass on both the front and the back–this time the back being flat like the front. This means the invisibleSHIELD install for iPhone 4 will be the easiest and quickest one yet. Coupled with the Bumper case from Apple, this could make the ultimate iPhone 4 accessory combo.

Check out our review of the invisibleSHIELD for the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and aluminum MacBook. Don’t forget our 20% off coupon code ‘iphoneinca’ applies instantly, so you can save right away! With their recent 50% off Memorial Day sale, some orders might be backlogged. Order today and ensure your shield is ready and waiting by the time you get your iPhone 4.


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  • gtasscarlo

    So whos gonna buy the iphone4 im probaly not gonna cus not eligble and have the 3gs,which does everything the 4 does expect camera and hd and facetime, and i already do that when i carry my labtop with me and tether,so for me ddishing out 700 bucks aint worth it,unless rogers gets me and upgrade if i call customer relations

  • gtasscarlo

    i mean better camera with flash

  • rorypiper

    I definitely plan on getting iPhone 4. Already ordered my InvisibleShield!! 🙂

  • montymon

    I'm hoping for an Otterbox for iPhone 4. I'm definitely a klutz in need of serious protection. My 3GS has survived some brutal drops in its Otterbox Defender.

  • Joker Eh

    I would have waited until the phone actually came out. I did the same for the 3G and ordered it before the phone was out and then InvisiShield later released a another version because what I had did not fit properly.

    Don't you wonder how they can make a cover for something that is not out yet?

  • Jon

    I use an invisibleSHIELD on my iPhone 3G – I really like it because it protects my phone and doesn't make it super huge in my hand. But with the super glass and steel construction of the iPhone 4, is this kind of product even necessary?

    Since I have to wait a month to get my phone in Canada, I guess I'll wait and see the reports from the US on the scratch-resistance of the new phone.

  • Joker Eh

    Yeah thats what I am going to do. I will wait this time. It is supposed to have scratch resistance and if you watched the video at the end of the keynote you will see where they bend the glass. If it didn't break then the shield is not going to do anything extra. And if you drop it (like I did my 3G the shield does not save it)

  • nate

    there seems to be a “Full Body Maximum Coverage” and “Full Body Easy Install” but no explaination on the difference, does anyone know?

    ps has anyone bought a zagg shield for their ipad? that must be a mission to put on!

  • rorypiper

    I see your point, but it's just 2 flat surfaces, and the actual specs are available from Apple's website, and from the FCC. I guess I'm just betting they can't screw this one up! 🙂 We'll see if my bet pays off.

  • rorypiper

    I'm not getting the InvisibleShield for scratch protection; iPhone 4 is going to be a greasy smudge magnet, with glass on the front and the back. InvisibleShield really cuts down on smudges. Phantom Skin is even better for that.

  • dash8311

    Ordered my invisibleshield yesterday. If you sign up for their ipad draw it will email you a discount from 20%-50% off.

    Nothing like an invisableshield for $15, shipped!

  • Dser123

    Pointless…

    iPhone 4's screens are even stronger. It is not likely. I got sapphire (same hardness for iPhone 4 screens) watch for 10 years and not a single scratch. iPhone 4 is not going to scratch under normal circumstances.

    This is a big waste of money.

  • chantellejoy

    LOL that's not a feature you'll hear Apple boasting about “iPhone 4: Greasy Smudge Magnet”, but I agree with you, I'll probably get one to avoid the annoying fingerprints.

  • Bucsdd

    No point, I've never liked the invisible shield. The iphone bumper cases will be all you need for this version. Goodbye invisible shield.

  • Dan

    Go to the ZAGG site and click on the radials for each of those options to see. http://www.zagg.com/invisibleshield/apple-iphon

    The easy install version covers the front and back, while the maximum coverage version does that and adds smaller bits to cover the sides. In other words, if you buy the “easy install” version, you pay the same as maximum coverage, but get less coverage. You can always buy the maximum coverage then elect not to use the side bits.

  • chantellejoy

    LOL that's not a feature you'll hear Apple boasting about “iPhone 4: Greasy Smudge Magnet”, but I agree with you, I'll probably get one to avoid the annoying fingerprints.

  • Bucsdd

    No point, I've never liked the invisible shield. The iphone bumper cases will be all you need for this version. Goodbye invisible shield.

  • Dan

    Go to the ZAGG site and click on the radials for each of those options to see. http://www.zagg.com/invisibleshield/apple-iphon

    The easy install version covers the front and back, while the maximum coverage version does that and adds smaller bits to cover the sides. In other words, if you buy the “easy install” version, you pay the same as maximum coverage, but get less coverage. You can always buy the maximum coverage then elect not to use the side bits.

  • Ryoaska1

    Just throwing my opinion on the heap. I just received mine today, and I haven't really had a great experience. I used to use the power support crystal clear screen protector on my old iphones. That is the protector that actually sold me on the whole concept because I used to hate any type of screen covering for any device prior to that. I could always tell something was there, and the screen always looked better wtihout it. For me at least, those power support ones were totally invisible. When I saw the zagg product and what it boasted, I was sold, and thought it would just be a better version of that (also with a cover for the back).

    Well it turns out they are way different. I assume this is just due to whatever they use to make it so durable, but the film itself is much thicker, very limp and kind of rubbery which makes it much harder to put on. You have to take all these steps with wetting it down with this solution they include etc. And the backing is VERY sticky, so god help you if you don't use enough of the liquid or don't position it right the first time and it looses moisture during the process…if it's not perfect the first time, that's all she wrote- you're going to have bubbles no mater what. tiny tiny bubbles which end up looking like you just have a bunch of dust under the cover. I don't like the fact that you have to use that much liquid stuff either because it can drip into the receiver speaker.

    My other complaint is that you can definitely tell it's on there. This thing has a sort of mottled looking texture- like full of little dimples. I'm really not a fan, especially at that price… I decided to keep it on the back part of the phone, because you don't have to look at any screen there, and that's were I get the most scratches anyway.

    I really hope they make that other type for the iphone4 soon (if not already)…i'll have to look for it…

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  • Dan

    Wouldn’t recommend this to anyone, looks like I have waves rippling across the front and back with the slightest bit of light hitting the phone. Very annoying, and for the price you’d expect something clean.

    Why oh why didn’t I go with Clear-Coat.

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