Wrapsol Ultra For IPhone Follow-up

Posted: Apr 22 2010, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:44pm CDT, in News | Apple

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Earlier this month I wrote a review of the Wrapsol Ultra for iPhone film. The claim for the film was that not only would it protect your iPhone form scratches, it also claimed to protect your device from drops as well.

Ironically, I mentioned in the review that I wasn't going to drop my iPhone simply to test the claim that the film could protect your iPhone in the event of a drop. Yesterday I had the unexpected opportunity to test that claim of protecting your device from drops.

My iPhone slipped out of my pocket and fell about 3.5 feet onto a concrete drive way, landing on the lower left corner. As you can see from the image here, the film didn’t protect the screen. The drop wasn't particularly forceful; I have actually dropped the phone before with similar force and been fine. This time however, the screen shattered. The good news is there are no scratches on the phone. As always with this sort of protection, your mileage may vary. I am not saying that Wrapsol Ultra film doesn’t live up to its clams, I am simply stating that in my case, the film failed to protect the screen of my iPhone.

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