Of greater concern is protecting your iPhone 6 against screen damage, should it incur any type of ground impact. I’ve found these can easily be offset by purchasing a bulky case like an Otterbox, but that’s not ideal for most folks who want to retain the slim form factor, instead opting for a minimal case like Apple’s Leather or silicone case. For those looking for a higher level of display protection, you might want to consider a tempered glass screen protector. I’ve been using the Zagg InvisibleShield Glass for the last few weeks and have been impressed. Read on for my complete Invisible Shield review.
Since the existence of smartphones, screen protectors have been a necessary evil to protect displays from unwanted scratches. Often made of plastic, these still remain highly effective for the intended task. Over the years, manufacturers have expanded their offerings with different styles. You can purchase versions that offer a matte finish and in some cases, there are different price points for higher quality options.
These are still available and prices have come down incredibly low, with a 3-pack often costing less than $10. In my experience, the Corning Gorilla Glass on the iPhone has seen vast improvements. Scratch protection is a smaller battle when looking to keep your iPhone in pristine condition.