Glass screen protector for iPad Pro filters out harmful blue light


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Studies have shown that blue light can lead to harmful effects.
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CES 2019 bug There are plenty of screen protectors designed to keep your iPad safe from accidental bumps, but decidedly fewer that are designed to keep you safe from the harmful effects of high-energy visible (HEV) blue light.

That’s what Zagg’s newly announced InvisibleShield Glass+ VisionGuard for iPad is intended to do. Shown off at CES 2019, the CES Innovation Awards Honoree is designed to filter out harmful blue light from your device screen.

Protect your iPhone with an InvisibleShield and get $100 if it breaks


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Still dropping your iPhone? Get an InvisibleShield.
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Applying a screen protector to your iPhone might prevent it from getting scratched, but it won’t keep it from shattering. That’s why InvisibleShield protectors are now available with a coverage plan that pays you $100 towards your repair bill if your display gets broken.

invisibleSHIELD Protective Coatings Are Now Available for the MacBook Air



Probably since I can no longer cram one into my pockets along with my house keys ever since I donated my parachute pants to charity, I haven’t found Apple’s notebooks to be nearly as prone to scratches as the iPhone. Your mileage may well vary, though, so rest assured that Zagg’s invisibleSHIELD line of protective coatings are now available in sizes suitable for sticking on a new 11- or 13-inch MacBook Air.