Apple is Using Machines to Install iPhone Screen Protectors in Japan [Video]

Apple is Using Machines to Install iPhone Screen Protectors in Japan [Video]

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Apple has launched a machine applied iPhone screen protector installation service in Japan, reports Macotakara.

The company has partnered with Belkin to offer its ScreenCare+ Anti-Glare and InvisiGlass screen protectors to 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 have a uniform molecular structure that preserves the vibrant color, resonance and clarity of your screen with virtually no distortion, so you can enjoy the brilliance of each and every pixel. The concentrated elastic bonding in the breakthrough material eliminates the friction that causes drag, giving you the exact same touch-sensitivity and glide as the naked screen itself.

Apple's price is 2,180 or 4,280 JPY. Take a look at the video below to see how the screen protector is applied.




Apple is Using Machines to Install iPhone Screen Protectors in Japan [Video]

Apple is Using Machines to Install iPhone Screen Protectors in Japan [Video]

Apple is Using Machines to Install iPhone Screen Protectors in Japan [Video]

Apple is Using Machines to Install iPhone Screen Protectors in Japan [Video]

Apple is Using Machines to Install iPhone Screen Protectors in Japan [Video]
Whatever - February 8, 2016 at 5:55pm
The hard part about putting screen protector is cleaning every bit of dust not putting the screen protector on. So this is not what I expected. Kinda useless
Effort - February 8, 2016 at 5:57pm
Might as well buy the phone in new condition then immediately do this.
Santosc9 - February 6, 2016 at 6:48pm
Stupid,it takes wY too long and it's more work than doing it manually,and that's not a robot,I didn't care how try to justify it,that's not a robot.
I think not! - February 6, 2016 at 9:32pm
It's not stupid! At least it's trying to perfect it compared to humans that will more often than not put in on with air bubbles that will stay there unless you risk doing it yourself that will affect the protector or will make it slanted and will have to carefully perfect it yourself! So what if it does take more time with this? It would pay off all that wait for this and it's looks like something that was made with the iPhone.
Succh35 - February 5, 2016 at 7:59pm
Whenever I scuff my screen I just buy a new phone no big deal it's cheap.
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