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Apple proíbe a venda de películas protetoras de tela em suas lojas

Apple proíbe a venda de películas protetoras de tela em suas lojas

Posted March 17, 2010 at 2:37pm by iClarified · 14486 views
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Apple declara que proibiu a venda, de películas protetoras de telas, online e em suas lojas físicas.

"Vários fornecedores—que preferem ficar anónimos para não causar conflitos com a Apple—disseram a Macworld que a Apple não irá mais vender esse tipo de produto, ou outros tipos de produtos que aderem a dispositivos Apple, tanto online quanto nas lojas físicas."

Fontes dizem que a dificuldade em se aplicar esses tipos de filmes e películas sem manchas e bolhas de ar resultou numa taxa de retorno de reclamações maior que qualquer outro produto. Também seria possível que a Apple não quer dar a impressão que adicionar películas protetoras a seus produtos se faz necessário. Novos dispositivos portáteis da empresa vem agora com um revestimento oleofóbico.

Aparentemente, essa política também inclui películas polarizadoras para telas de laptops, protetores e almofadas para as áreas de contato com as mãos de laptops, e todas capas protetoras para Iphone e para Ipod que incluem esse tipo de película protetora.

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David - March 18, 2010 at 7:39am
The word "ban" is inappropriate in this context. If a store were an open marketplace but a party was excluded, that'd be a ban. But a store is not this way. It is a selection of goods for sale chosen by the store owner. Choosing not to carry something isn't a ban. If it were, I could say that my local convenience store banned a brand of ice cream simply because they chose not to stock and devote shelf space to it. Apple should thus be rumored to be ending its sale of protective films. Anything more is editorializing and fishing for attention.
DNA - March 17, 2010 at 11:58pm
Excellent news for other resellers :)
float_world - March 17, 2010 at 8:43pm
I've never used a screen protector since day one. you lose the benefit of the oleophobic coating and you're back to slippery, greasy, blurry hell (aka 2G & 3G iphone). Plus bubbles are eventually going to appear no matter how small.
Billy Bob
Billy Bob - March 17, 2010 at 6:57pm
I have a screen protector and I have had the same one for over a year, I am very careful with my iphone, but I am glad of the screen protector for added insurance against scratches, I have seen an iphone woth a nice big scratch down the front and its there permanent, it wouldnt be if the owner had put a screen protector on it. I have one very small air bubble because of a very small piece of dirt, but I would rether have that than in immovable scratch.
HO - March 17, 2010 at 5:45pm
...letme guess...Applecare sales it's been downhill, I have a screen protector on my iphone and I'm glad I got it cause scratching the screen it's easy, also I keep an extra one on my desk just in case, if i didn't have a screen protector my screen would look like a notepad and then I would have to get the stupid phone't we greedy, apple..... Well there is always PM for these needs....
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