Protect your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone XR/XS screen from scratches with $2 screen protectors

Maren Estrada

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Did you just buy a new $700+ iPhone 11, a $1,000+ iPhone 11 Pro, or a $1,100+ iPhone 11 Pro Max? Or perhaps you have an iPhone XR, iPhone XS, or iPhone XS Max from 2018. Whatever the case, you definitely need a screen protector in addition to a case to make sure that your pricey Apple phone stays pristine. What you don’t need, of course, is an overpriced protector that isn’t even going to withstand an impact. Check out the TETHYS Glass Screen Protector Designed for iPhone on Amazon. They’re only a few dollars a piece and they really work!

Here’s the important info from the product page:

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  • [Compatible with iPhone 11/ iPhone XR only] Tethy’s tempered glass screen protector provides edge to edge protection for your Device against scratches, bumps and minor drops.
  • Ultra clear – All around transparent screen You won’t even know is there and the glass with 9H screen hardness offers maximum coverage with the front sensor protection. (Note: fits with most cases except cases with hefty raised edges such as battery cases.)
  • Easy Installation – comes with installation guidance frame to assist with the application process.
  • Touchscreen Accessible – receive full access to all buttons, functions, touch ID, and face recognition of your phone. Box content includes: 3X glass screen protector, guidance frame, wet/dry wipes, user guide, dust Removal/guide stickers.
  • Warranty – Tethys is proud to provide lifetime warranty for the protection of your phone screen.

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