ZAGG InvisibleSHIELD Tested To Help Against IPhone 4 Antenna Issue

Posted: Jul 17 2010, 6:53am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:28am CDT, in News | Apple


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Zagg just announced that they tested their invisibleSHIELD protective skins to see if the eliviate the iPhone 4 antenna issues.

Based on conclusions from internal tests, independent lab tests and research with consumers in the wireless industry, both the invisibleSHIELD and ZAGGskins help prevent loss of signal strength that has been attributed to placing the hand over the antennas on the lower left-hand corner of the phone.

"We are thrilled to offer this solution to help customers get the most out of their iPhone 4," said Brian Packer, VP of Marketing for ZAGG. "Nobody wants to hide that amazing device behind a bulky case just to save the signal, and by using the invisibleSHIELD or ZAGGskins, they don’t need to."

Now if Zagg would negotiate with Apple about getting a refund for Zagg iPhone 4 cases from Apple it would be a sweat deal.
The invisibleSHIELD Full Body Maximum Coverage sells for $24.99, and the ZAGGskin sells for $19.99. The Complete Sides Only Coverage specifically addresses the antenna concern and is available separately for $9.99. Buy Zagg skins on Amazon.

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