Best Tempered Glass Screen Protectors For iPhone XS And iPhone XS Max [List]
Looking to protect that Retina display of your shiny new iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max? Here’s a list of the top tempered glass screen protectors you can buy.
If you’re ready to spend $999 on a smartphone therefore it’s a good idea not to compromise on protecting the display at all. In this list, we’ll lay down the best tempered glass screen protectors you can buy, ensuring that the new Retina display does not scratch up or falls apart when it comes to daily usage.
Spigen Tempered Glass Screen Protector [2-Pack] for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max
Spigen makes some of the finest screen protectors around and this one covers the entire front of the display ensuring maximum protection. It comes in a 2-pack so in case one breaks, or you mess up applying it, you have the option of giving it a second go.
ESR Tempered Glass Screen Protector [2-Pack] for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max
Just like the Spigen option, this one offers edge to edge protection. But wait, this one goes a bit further as it can withstand a force of up to 22 pounds before it eventually breaks. If you’re asking us, those are signs of a great accessory.
INGLE Tempered Glass Screen Protector [3-Pack] for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max
If you consider the fact that this is a 3-pack for just $7.99 for both the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, while also learning that it has a lifetime replacement warranty, you’d probably wanna pick one pack up immediately.
ASLANDA Tempered Glass Screen Protector [3-Pack] for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max
This screen protector is pricey, we know, but it comes in a 3-pack. Apart from that, it screams quality and features 9H hardness. So apart from protecting your screen, it has the tendency to protect itself too. Go for this option if quality is at the top of your priority list.
Dome Glass Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone XS
This is probably the best screen protector on the planet. With its unique application method, you will end up with an applied protector that not only looks like a part of the phone but offers enhanced protection against scratches and everyday miseries. The only downside of this is that it requires skill to apply and the iPhone XS Max version is not ready yet.