Belkin's new InvisiGlass Ultra and Anti-Glare screen protectors for iPhone X are now available to purchase.

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Left to right: Anti-Glare, InvisiGlass Ultra, and EasyAlign sticker

InvisiGlass Ultra is made with 0.21mm ion-strengthened glass supplied by Corning, the same manufacturer of iPhone display glass. Belkin says the screen protector improves the iPhone X's scratch resistance by up to three to five times, with up to a 25 percent increase in protection against cracking and breakage from drops.

The anti-glare screen protector is said to reduce harsh reflections from both sunlight and artificial lighting, allowing you to view the screen comfortably in bright conditions. The ultra-thin screen protector has an anti-scratch coating.

Both screen protectors include a cleaning cloth and so-called EasyAlign sticker in the box for easier installation at home. The anti-glare version can also be professionally installed at an Apple Store with Apple's ScreenCare+ application system.

Belkin's InvisiGlass Ultra and Anti-Glare screen protectors are $39.95 and $19.95 respectively on Apple's online store in the United States. Both are currently estimated to ship in one business day.

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Top Rated Comments

KONVICTED Avatar
54 months ago
That's pretty expensive for a screen protector.
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joshwenke Avatar
54 months ago
When the screen protector cracks instead of the phone, you're only out $40 compared to ~$279 repair costs.
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sparkie7 Avatar
54 months ago
Do they wrap all the way around the curved sides of the screen? Or just flat partial coverage?
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johnyslats Avatar
54 months ago
Here’s a pic showing the extent of coverage of the screen protector. Should be no issues with the sensor housing as it follows the notch

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Blackstick Avatar
53 months ago
I hope you’re not one who drops and crushes the glass on the iPhone X first week after shipping ;)

Can we see an Animoji of you loosing it if it occurs, please? I’m kidding but would be cool to see.
I tended the Genius Bar for 7 years... the screen protectors don’t do a darn thing- you’ll rarely find a Genius (or Genius Trainer) that recommends them, it’s just an over-priced piece of plastic garbage a Genius has to peel off the shattered glass screen in the back when replacing the screen. Tempered glass ones are especially annoying, because they often interfere with otherwise healthy touch sensors in the weirdest ways. Nothing but a 3rd party cash grab.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Porco Avatar
54 months ago
Outrageous prices. I suggest seeking alternatives, of which there will be many, many options.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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