How do privacy screen protectors work?


How Do Privacy Screen Protectors Work?

As we all know, a privacy screen protector safeguards your screen's content from anyone but you, ensuring that you can freely use your phone or tablet without concerns about visual intruders wherever you go.

How is it achieved?

Privacy screen protectors utilize the principle of louver windows to provide an anti-peeping function by restricting the viewing angle. When viewed straight on, the screen appears clear and visible. When viewed from an angle, the filter darkens the screen, making it difficult for people nearby to see the content. This feature effectively limits the screen's visibility to the user directly in front of it, providing privacy from prying eyes. Privacy screen protectors are commonly used in settings where confidentiality is important, such as in offices, public spaces, or when handling sensitive information.

Additional Features

Blue Light Protection

Blue light has been proven to negatively affect your sleep and disrupt your circadian rhythm. This occurs because blue light inhibits the release of sleep hormones, causing us to become more awake. That's why scientists recommend decreasing exposure to blue light at night. By applying a rare earth eye protection coating to the surface of the tempered glass, Perfectsight's iPhone screen protector can filter out 69% of blue light, helping to reduce eye strain and enhance sleep quality.

Anti-Glare Function

This situation is common: When you look at the iPhone screen under the sun, it will be reflected, and the content on the mobile phone screen cannot be seen clearly. This issue is caused by the reflection and glare of the mobile phone screen. Using a mobile phone screen protector will greatly improve this situation and allow you to read easily.

Easy to install

The screen protector from Perfectsight offers stress-free application, making it easy for anyone to achieve a perfect fit. No bubbles, no fuss – just effortless protection that stays seamlessly on your iPhone.