Peel off delaminating Trublack screen or leave it?

Started Apr 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
saintz
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Re: Peel off delaminating Trublack screen or leave it?
In reply to Keit ll, Apr 11, 2013

There is a thin, hard plastic layer that's glued to the glass of the screen. If you flick a nail under a corner, it will lift from the glass. It's basically a built in screen protector but it's also what's supposed to give the anti-glare and true black capability to the glass. Once the corner is lifted, just peel and it will come off. This will remove the layer that has the delaminating effect. You are left with just the glass screen. I would recommend putting a screen protector on at this point.

The question is really if it's better leaving this layer if it's delaminating, or if it is better to just remove it.

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