The iPhone X, Apple’s new top-of-the-line iPhone, has a speedy A11 Bionic processor, dual rear cameras, and a state-of-the-art facial recognition system — Face ID — that’s more secure than Touch ID. It’s by far the most advanced iPhone ever released, it’s also the most expensive. Here are some screen protectors for your iPhone X.
The Maxboost is considered as the thinnest screen protector for iPhone X, but it protects your expensive device from any scratches, oil, sweat, and fingerprint residues. So if you want to keep your precious iPhone X scratch-free then don’t hesitate to buy this screen protector.
This ultra-thin screen protector is specifically crafted for iPhone X only. On the other hand, iPhone X users don’t have to worry because this screen protector is scratch resistant and highly durable and this will surely protect your phone from scratches, bumps, and drops.
This iPhone X Screen protector is made using high-quality materials and films in order to secure your iPhone X. Nonetheless, it comes with a helpful installation and manual application tips to make the installation process perfect and successful.
This screen protector comes with a sticky dust remover and a cleaning cloth in for you to have a dust and bubble-free installation. Most importantly, the ESR screen protector can also withstand more than 22 pounds of force.
This screen protector provides every iPhone X user an HD clear viewing and helps them to secure their phone from scratches and other residues. Similar to Omoton iPhone X Full Coverage Screen protector, it has a thickness of 0.26mm and won’t affect the sensitivity of your phone screen.
A crystal clear iPhone X screen protector that also preserves your screen’s clarity and sensitivity and it supports 3D touch as well. Moreover, the top is coated with oleophobic to lessen smudges, oils, and fingerprints.
The Spigen screen protector has a 9H screen toughness that grips impact and to defend the screen from breaking. It has a dimension of 6.8X3.5X0.5 inches, but this is enough to prevent your phone screen from meddling with sensitivity.