iPod Touch¨s screen scratch-proof???

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  1. jellixiz

    jellixiz New Member

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    the screen of the ipod touch cannot be scrtached?? is true??
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    iCrap Active Member

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    Thats what i have heard, and its been true so far.
  3. bulldog0258

    bulldog0258 New Member

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    Sadly it isn't. Mine already has scratches on the screen and i have only had it for 4 months.
  4. rb26dett

    rb26dett New Member

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    its more scratch resistant then scratch proof but as long as your not being completely careless you should be able to avoid any damage to the screen
  5. jellixiz

    jellixiz New Member

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    that is because your ipod s screen had contact with a rock o some mineral. or sand
  6. ParrotBoy

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    Yeah, It won't scratch from normal use, but if you drop it or it rubs against a rough, hard texture it will scratch.
  7. dudeitsriley

    dudeitsriley Banned

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    So far mines held up just fine. no scratches no nothing

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  8. NobleRooster

    NobleRooster New Member

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    Yea, I would say "scratch resistant" is a little more accurate. Mine has one, small scratch where I dropped it in McDonalds and it landed facedown, but it's not even noticable really, looks like a small piece of lint on it really.

    Also, if you want to protect it more, look into a screen protector or InvisiShield(spelling?), both are good for protection.
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    .. wrong forum
    nothing to do with 2g jailbreak...
  10. Ryuzaki

    Ryuzaki Active Member

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    Mine got a tiny scratch on it.
    But yeah.
    Wrong place to post.

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