Rhino Shield: Impact Resistant iPhone Screen Protector

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Admittedly we are a bit surprised that Apple didn’t roll this technology out right from the factory, but it definitely doesn’t change the fact that this Rhino Shield is one of the greatest accessories for the iPhone.

One of the most common issues with the iPhone is the cracking of the screen. While it’s the user’s fault nearly 100 percent time, you would think that something like this Rhino Shield would be an included feature.  Designed  by the team Evolutive Labs, this screen protector provides a solution to the all too common problem of cracked screens. The shield is made of a series of layers and is coated with a scratch resistant nanometer and stick-free oleophobic technology. Even with all of the impact resistant layers, the screen protector still provides great transparency. The tests in the videos shown below depict the Rhino Shield absorbing five times more energy than the ever popular Gorilla Glass 2. Only three times thicker than a sheet of paper with this kind of protection, we’re in. If you like what you see, support the project on Kickstarter.

Rhino Shield (2)

Rhino Shield (1)

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