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Apple no longer endorses screen protectors for its products

Dan Frakes at Macworld has heard from numerous screen protector vendors that Apple is purging their products from its stores, both online and offline.  This even includes products for MacBooks that reduce glare.

Apple introduced an oleophobic screen with the iPhone 3GS that repels fingerprints and other minor oil stains.  The iPad and next generation touch products will likely also carry this technology.


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