Protect that beautiful, big 12.9-inch 2018 iPad Pro screen!

You’ve got the biggest, most beautiful screen on a mobile device, and you’d like to keep it pristine. A screen protector might be a good idea. Whether you prefer tempered glass, plastic, or even liquid, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best screen protectors for the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro.

Most popular

Spigen Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Staff favorite

With this screen protector, you get screen responsiveness, protection from bumps/fingerprints/scratches, easy bubble-free installation, and the full clarity of your device’s screen. Spigen is one of the most popular screen protector brands for a good reason.

$16 at Amazon

Hardend protection

amFilm Glass Screen Protector

This tempered glass screen protector is thick enough to protect your screen from some pretty big bashes but doesn’t interfere with Face ID. It comes with a special installation kit to help make sure you don’t end up with bubbles or dust marks.

$14 at Amazon

For artists

PaperLike Screen Protector

Get the look and feel of paper on your iPad Pro with a PaperLike Screen Protector. Perfect for art, note-taking, and anyone using an Apple Pencil.

$17 at Amazon

Plastic protection

Supershieldz Screen Protector

If you’d like something a bit more solid but still extremely lightweight, this PET material screen protector adds almost no bulk or weight to your iPad. It’s not going to be as protective as glass, but will certainly prevent scratches. You get three in this package. Note that this is a matte screen protector.

$9 at Amazon

Glass protection

JETech Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Tempered glass is the way to go if you’re looking for drop protection. No screen protector is 100%, but glass is the strongest kind. Clarity, fingerprint-resistance, and touch-responsiveness are all maintained.

$13 at Amazon

Keep it protected

If you want protection you can see and feel, I’d recommend the Spigen’s Tempered Glass Screen Protector. Spigen is a known brand that makes quality products you can trust. If you’re an artist looking for a more natural feel when using the Apple Pencil or a supported stylus on your iPad Pro, try Paperlike for a … paperlike experience.

Also, if you want something thick enough to protect your screen, then the amFilm Glass Screen Protector is a good pick. It won’t interfere with Face ID, and it could hold its own against some pretty heavy hits. Just take care to follow the instructions when installing to avoid any unwanted bubbles.

Source of the article – iMore

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