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Incompatible with cases that protect face, over the silver lip
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2018
Cut slightly too large. Overlaps the silver lip on all four corners, after the bubble removal/squeege process. I think it likely that the squeeging process stretches the screen a little. There are screen protectors that are cut a tiny sliver smaller to avoid this overlap.
The downside of the screen protector overlapping the silver lip of the iPad is that it interferes with cases that extend over the lip to protect the iPad from drops on the face, and dragging across surfaces. I have three such cases for this iPad (early cases had problems too). On all, the screen protector has screen separation and bubbles where it extends on all four corners over the silver lip of the tablet.
If you have no case or do not need your case to protect your iPad face/glass, this protector will probably work fine for you. I like writing on it, and I have not experienced the touch sensitivity problems some screen protectors have.