Most people use a screen protector to avoid scratches on their new iPhones or iPads. In time, those screen protectors are getting scratched but that’s all about to change thanks to the new releases from Innerexile. The new screen protectors and cases can repair light scratches within just a second thanks to a new charting that dotted with microcapsules that contain an adhesive-like liquid, and when damaged, the liquid will fill the void so quickly that you probably won’t even realize you’ve just scratched your case or screen protector.
The screen protectors come in at just 0.2mm thick, have a hydro-oleophobic coating (and are totally compatible with 3D Touch. For those who care about benchmarks, these can apparently resist brass brush weight of up to 2kg, which is twice as much as the previous version and at least four times as much as the LG G Flex 2’s back cover.
If you prefer a self-healing case, they should be announced in mid-November but you can already get a self healing screen protector for your iPhone 6/6s ( amazon.com link ) or iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus ( amazon.com link )