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6Sense Technology Tempered Glass 6Sense Technology Tempered Glass

6Sense Technology Tempered Glass

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  • Materials: 9H hardness tempered glass
  • Care: Clean with microfiber cloth (included)
  • Provides easy, one-handed access to ‘top screen’ functions
  • Made with Olephobic coating to prevent fingerprint smudges and repel oil
  • Scratch-resistant tempered glass provides unobstructed view of phone screen
  • Bubble-­free adhesive allows for easy, seamless installation
  • Glass made in Japan, cut in China
  • Note: 6Sense may limit touch response in upper corners of display, and is not recommended for use by heavy mobile gamers
  • Dimensions: 1.37" x 5.13"
  • Weight: 0.1 lb.
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2.5 avg. (9 reviews)

09/18/2017 by Vernon
It worked, buttons bright down, BUT, it also blocked other operations too. Took it off after 3 days!!! Gain something, lose something!!! Not for me!!!
Doesn’t work!
09/02/2017 by Monica
Waste of money. And I bought two. One as a gift and one for me. And I agree with one of the reviewers. You just double tap on home button and the screen comes down so you can go back or do whatever you want. Just learned it here from her. Wastes of money. And not only that. I can’t return them because they’ve already been out and on the phone. Awful! Piece of junk.
Isn't this already a built-in function,
08/22/2017 by Crystal
In order to tap the top option buttons (in order to go back or edit for most cases) with just one hand, you can just double-tap the home button and the entire screen will move down for you to tap the top menu without having to change your holding position. Obviously, you double-tap the home button again to move the screen back to normal mode. I didn't use this product and only saw this product on this post. Based on the description I'm reading here, I realized that either many people might not know about the built-in function here or I'm missing something in the product...
Not much sense
01/15/2017 by Yolanda
The concept is great but it doesn't work in actuality. If there are tabs on the top and bottom, it does not differentiate. If there's only tabs on the top, repeatedly pressing does not guarantee it will do as you request. Just pressing the intended tab itself requires several attempts.
A back button for an iPhone
06/30/2016 by Pete
When switching from Android to iPhone I really have missed the back button. This is like getting a back button back. Ready to use and usually doesn't get in the way. The only reason I give it 4 vs 5 stars is that sometimes, when there are three or more buttons at the top of the screen, and they're really close together, it can be difficult to select the right one.
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6Sense Technology Tempered Glass

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More than a screen protector that protects against scratches and falls, this tempered glass acts as a touchscreen extender. That means it magically moves functions from the screen’s top corners to the bottom—on either side of the home button. Those invisible buttons are easily within thumbs’ reach. Now using your iPhone with one hand is no problem.

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No more overstretching your thumbs. This touchscreen extender lets you access functions from the bottom of your phone instead of the top.
The tempered glass screen protector creates invisible buttons on your iPhone by adding a touch-sensitive layer on top of the screen. Those buttons transport functions from the upper corners of the screen down to one on each side of the home button—just by tapping the white space. Now any app you use that has those top buttons—like email, Instagram, or notes—is much simpler to use.
Your hand creates the conductivity that powers the touch sensitive technology, so you need to be holding your phone for it to work. On top of the invisible button magic, an Olephobic coating helps prevent fingerprint smudges, and the glass is scratch-resistant. It’s easier to use your iPhone—especially one-handed—with the functions you want easily within thumbs’ reach. more Their Story