This iPhone 6s / 6 Screen Protector Can Heal Itself From Scratches – Video
There are a wide variety of screen protectors that you can buy for your iPhone at this current point in time. From normal flimsy plastic ones to shock absorbing tempered glass ones, there’s something available for everyone out there. But, the main aim of having a screen protector is to save the device’s display from gathering up scratches while the protector itself can get pretty bruised up during the entire process, making it a dire mess, subsequently forcing you to buy a new protector altogether. Thankfully, those days will be long gone if you’re an iPhone 6 or 6s user, as a new protector has emerged that can actually heal itself from scratches.
Innerexile’s New iPhone 6 / 6s Screen Protector Can Heal Itself Like Magic
The company behind the new self-healing screen protector, Innerexile, is known to make self-healing cases for iPhones in the past. Their new invention works like magic, and contains microcapsules which fills up with an adhesive like liquid when the surface is scratched. But the best part about the whole thing is that the scratches heal up within just one second. In short, you won’t even notice the scratch on the protector even taking place, until or unless you have a very clever eye for catching little details.
The new Innerexile self-repair screen protector is available for both the iPhone 6/6s and the iPhone 6/6 Plus, so you can rest assured that your current generation, or last, device will be well protected from the front when it comes to scratches. Furthermore, the protector is just 0.2mm thick, making it an ideal accessory to own if you’re someone who is always on a hunt for minimalism. And lastly, in case you’re wondering, the protector even works with the iPhone 6s / 6s Plus’ 3D Touch display, so that your Peek and Pop gesture functionality isn’t hammered one bit in day to day usage.
At this point, you must be thinking that such a screen protector must be really expensive. Luckily, it really isn’t, and the iPhone 6/6s variant of the protector will only set you back $23.99 from Amazon, while the iPhone 6/6s Plus variant will only cost you $25.99. For that price, such an accessory is an absolute steal!
You can grab the iPhone 6/6s variant of the protector from here, and the iPhone 6/6s Plus variant from here. If you’re out and about looking for a high-quality screen protector that can also heal itself, then Innerexile’s solution has you well covered in that regard.