And isn't the word "there" supposed to be used in that context?Of course their is one draw back to HD synthetic crystals... smudging, yes folks they smudge like a bear eating a wired up toaster.
Uh, so do the finger thing on laptops, and they sell covers for those. I asked the man at the Apple store and he said they were the same. The iPhone reacts to human skin because it is conductive, but that doesn't mean you cant cover the screen.do you guys realize that the iPhone only reacts to human skin so a screen protector is a waste of money because the screen cannot sense your skin. if you want something to protect your iPhone gut a flip case to cover the screen
I use boxwave products for my palm and nuvi devices. I like their stuff and notice that they have one for the iPhone... i will maybe pick one up after i see how the device functions without one. This thing is too sexy for a case...Uh, so do the finger thing on laptops, and they sell covers for those. I asked the man at the Apple store and he said they were the same. The iPhone reacts to human skin because it is conductive, but that doesn't mean you cant cover the screen.
Basically of what synthetic diamonds are composed.Cubic zirconia...basically a highly highly highly scratch-resistent surface. I'm not really qualified to explain more though, hopefully someone can jump in.
do we know for sure that the screen will be made out of CZ or if its made out of a glassBasically of what synthetic diamonds are composed.
For example, a diamond is a 10 on the Mohs hardness scale, while a CZ is 9.5.
Diamonds can still be scratched, but by another diamond. CZ's are almost as hard, and would be difficult to scratch, if these screens were indeed CZ. However I thought I read they were high quality optical glass, which would shatter if dropped?