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For extensive protection of your new smartphone, you can, among other things, a iPhone 11 Pro case deploy. However, many of them only protect the back and sides of the device. A screen protector that can hold a lot is available in the form of bulletproof glass iPhone 11 Pro. The solid 9H glass of most "display films" of this type not only keeps away scratches, but also protects the screen from cracks and cracks. Bumps and falls are then (at least superficially) no longer that bad. Below you will find a selection of the currently best screen protectors for the new Apple cell phone.
Although all of the products listed by Amazon in this area serve the same purpose, there are a few small differences. For example, some of the screen protection glasses have a recess for the notch and thus for the selfie camera and the technology behind the Face ID. Other screen protectors cover the notch (transparent, of course, so that everything continues to work) and only have one hole for the telephony speaker. There are also some Apple iPhone 11 Pro bulletproof glass films with black borders.
You will find different shapes and textures in the wide range, even if all representatives are offered as iPhone 11 Pro bulletproof glass and 9H protection. Here is a small selection of the current bestsellers with 4-star and 5-star ratings on Amazon:
Both the iPhone X (2017) and the iPhone XS (2018) have a 5,8 inch display. They also have the notch in common with the iPhone 11 Pro (2019). Ergo, the screen protector variants shown above fit all three Apple smartphones. So if you still have bulletproof glass films from the predecessors on hand, you can also use them on your new mobile phone. On the other hand, you can of course also pass on the excess foils from the above sets to those who are not indulging in a new iPhone model this year;) If you are still looking for a cell phone cover, bag or case, have a look here: The best iPhone 11 Pro cases and cases.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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