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How to deal with scratches on your iPhone 5S?

iPhone 5S back panel housing replacement

A bigger screen, improved camera and sensitive fingerprint sensor, all of those elements gather into a smartphone. Do you know which model is it? Let me uncover the secrets. This cell phone is iPhone 5S. Sometimes, we carry our phone to everywhere. If you have a grey iPhone 5S and on the back of the phone where the shiny, silver Apple logo is, there is a scratch mark on it. It is really obvious. Is there any way to remover the scratches from your mobile device? In this article, I will give you some feasible solutions to deal with your tough problems.

The best way to avoid a scratch is to make that gorilla glass just a little bit more bullet proof. Using a static screen protector not only will keep your phone protected from scratches and shattering, but they are also anti-glare which makes your phone far easier to read in bright ambient light. Sadly, they aren’t cheap – between $10-20 for a two-pack. But the higher quality screens are static – meaning they don’t have glue which will leave a residue on your screen and will eventually peel off as dust and grime works its way underneath. It can be very frustrating trying to properly align even a static screen protector and get it on without any bubbles. So what I usually do is pick mine up at the Apple Store and ask them to put them on. Sure, it’s a bit more expensive, but Apple geniuses put them on all day and it takes seconds for them to do what may take you 10 minutes of stressful torment.

The iPhone’s Gorilla Glass screen is pretty scratch proof as is. So it can take a lot of abuse. But unprotected, scratches are bound to show up sooner or later. The Internet is rife with tons of home remedies including tooth paste. There’s even one that suggests the inside of a banana peel can polish it. The problem with Brasso and even gentle toothpaste is that while they can polish out the scratches, the abrasives in these will also buff off the screen’s Oleophobic coating, which is what guards against smudges and makes the screen really easy to wipe clean.

Believe it or not, the best way to remove the scratches from your iPhone screen is to go back to suggestion number one and just put an anti-glare screen on it. It’s amazing how much a scratch will get refracted and covered up and additionally, you’ll be adding a layer of protection to keep it from getting worse. As for the back, it’s best to get a case that provides a raised lip to the front so that the screen never comes in contact with anything but the air and your ear. As for cases, it’s hard to argue with Ballistic, which offers four layers of protection in concert with a sheer screen protector. Cost is around $50. But rugged cases aren’t necessarily pretty cases (witness the shockingly ugly Griffin Survivor, which may protect your phone, but you wouldn’t be caught dead with it to your ear).

The worst situation is to replace a new screen and replace it completely. This may seem a tedious and expensive way to get rid of scratches, but it’s really the only way to make sure you don’t make the screen worse. And depending on what iPhone you have, the steps you take to replace it can be quite easy and take a few minutes or, in the case of the iPhone 4, can take nearly an hour and involve up to 35 steps.
Here are so many feasible solutions to deal with the scratches and damaged screen. Buying a phone case maybe is not a logical option. Some users say they‘d like to find the thinnest case possible. However, the phone case doesn’t cover the Apple logo on the back. They don’t want to the ugly cell phone. Some say is there a protector for the back? On cellphoneage.com, we offer the iPhone 5S back panel housing replacement, which including a volume button, power button, SIM card tray and a mute switch. Furthermore, the back housing replacement is made from the same material as the original phone back one. If you’d like to place an order, please send email to us due to the pre-sale item.

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