How to take off screen protector on iPhone?

How to take off screen protector on iPhone?

Here's how to remove a screen protector from your iPhone:

  1. Prepare your workspace: Find a clean, well-lit area to work in. Make sure you have enough space to comfortably handle your iPhone.

  2. Remove your iPhone case: If you have a case on your iPhone, take it off to access the edges of the screen protector more easily.

  3. Locate an edge: Carefully examine the edges of the screen protector to find a starting point for removal. Look for a corner or any area where the screen protector might be slightly lifted.

  4. Use a fingernail or card: Gently lift the edge of the screen protector using your fingernail or a thin, flat object like a credit card or a plastic spudger. Be cautious not to scratch the screen or damage the iPhone.

  5. Peel off the screen protector: Once you've lifted the edge, slowly peel back the screen protector from the iPhone screen. Use your fingers to guide the removal, working gradually to avoid tearing or leaving residue.

  6. Remove any adhesive residue: After removing the screen protector, check the iPhone screen for any leftover adhesive residue. You can use a clean, lint-free cloth lightly dampened with water or rubbing alcohol to gently wipe away any residue.

  7. Clean the iPhone screen: Once all adhesive residue is removed, use a microfiber cloth to clean the iPhone screen thoroughly. Make sure to remove any dust, fingerprints, or smudges.

  8. Inspect for damage: Take a moment to inspect both the screen protector and the iPhone screen for any damage. If there are any scratches or cracks on the screen, consider replacing it with a new protector.

Following these steps should help you safely remove the screen protector from your iPhone without causing any damage to the screen. Click to watch video.