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22 July, 2008

invisibleSHIELD for iPhone 3G

Well, since I got my iPhone 3G on the first day of sale, I've been using it extremely carefully. In fact, I've been using it with the plastic wrap on when I was in Melbourne last week. Thanks god the invisibleSHIELD for iPhone 3G arrived yesterday. I applied it immediately.

invisibleSHEILD_iphone3G_content.jpg

Ever since the I tried the invisibleSHIELD for my iPod touch in late March, I really love this invisibleSHIELD product. It really is the best scratch protection device I've ever used.

Applying invisibleSHIELD may not be that easy if this is your first time. Although I've applied invisibleSHIELD for my iPod touch and for my MacBook Pro, I found that applying invisibleSHIELD for iPhone 3G is a bit challenging compared to the aforementioned two. The Shield Spray supplied is significant larger than the one for iPod touch (see the first photo in previous entry).

invisibleSHIELD for iPhone 3GAs a quick guide, you need to wash your hands thoroughly first and work on a clean and well lit environment. A lint-free cloth is also required. One important tip is that you should apply the smallest pieces first. Once applied wipe off the excess shield spray before applying the next piece. Using a credit card (instead of supplied squeegee) is also recommended.

Personally, I found that due to the curving of iPhone 3G, it is a bit challenging to on edges. Well, it can be done. Just be patient. Here's the photo of the result.

invisibleSHIELD_iphone3G.jpg

There are some photos of iPod touch and iPhone 3G, both with invisibleSHIELD on.

front photo of iPod touch (left) and iPhone 3G (right)back photo of iPod touch (left) and iPhone 3G (right)

photo of iPod touch (left) and iPhone 3G (right) from topphoto of iPod touch (left) and iPhone 3G (right), showing the Dock connectors

Fairly speaking, invisibleSHIELD is not that cheap, however, if you like to keep your gadgets in mint condition without the additional bulkiness added by cases, invisibleSHIELD is a great accessories. And I recommend investing invisibleSHIELD as soon as possible, especially for portable devices.

Two more photos of iPhone 3G and iPod touch on their docks. iPhone 3G is on the iPhone 3G Dock, and the iPod touch is on the Universal Dock (2006 model, not the latest model). It is noticed that the slops are slightly different between the two.

iPhone 3G and iPod touch on the dockiPhone 3G and iPod touch on the dock

invisibleSHIELDFinally, a bit of advertisement.invisibleSHIELD has all sorts of precut protective films designed for almost all sorts of gadgets you can think of, including all Apple iPods, Sony PSP, BlackBerry, mobile phones, GPS, PDA, digital cameras and even laptops (many brands including Apple, Dell, HP, and Sony). If you have some gadgets you don't want to see scratches on them and you don't like the bulky skins or cases, invisibleSHIELD is your best friend.

This entry has Lightbox effect enabled. Click on the thumbnails for larger photos.

related blog entries:
I got my iPhone 3G (11 July 2008)
Vodafone releases iPhone 3G pricing (9 July 2008)
invisible shield on MacBook Pro (18 April 2008)
Invisible Shield (on iPod touch) (26 March 2008)

Posted by Antony on 22 July 2008 12:53 PM | gadget, iPod/iPhone/iPad, photos

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Having had calls from you on your new iPhone, I am still not convinced of the clarity of sound. I found it quite hard on those occasions to hear you clearly and unwelcome extraneous noises were a pest.Your previous 'phone was better IMO! Bearing in mind that I am the anti-christ of gadgets!
Posted by Rev. Dr. Wu Yi on 23 July 2008 9:10 PM.
There were times when I used headphone with microphone. I might not facing the mic during the time.
Posted by Antony Shen on 25 July 2008 7:58 PM.
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