Ever since its launch, no doubts, we’ve all been enjoying this goodness Apple delivered into our hands in form of iPhone 12.
From its very glamorous outward appearance to its intrinsic and ever-fascinating internal built-in technology, it’s pretty much easier to say that the iPhone 12 is a treasure to cherish forever.
One of the unique features of the iPhone 12 is its camera and trust me when I tell you it’s very important you do everything possible to protect your iPhone 12 camera.
Sequel to this, join me as I take you on a walk on how to protect your iPhone 12 from dust and scratches.
Some of the things to consider are as follows (but not limited to);
Type of material
Just as in the screen category, there are two types of materials available – plastic and tempered material type. However, the iPhone 12 camera protector may either be of slim glass film or tempered type.
While the slim glass film is rarely used because it doesn’t offer maximum protection to your camera, the latter is usually seen as the commonly used one as a result of its reinforced protection.
So, for a guaranteed and total protection, be sure to look out for a tempered type of material for your iPhone 12 camera lens.
Also, if you would love to experiment with something entirely different from the common lens protector, you can opt for the plastic-type material. Don’t worry about abrasions (such as that happens with plastic protectors and phone screens), it’s the camera lens, we’re talking about, after all.
You don’t want to go about carrying a heavy-weighted phone all because of a camera protector. The goal is to keep your iPhone 12 featherweight; hence you must look out for its width (thickness).
Asides from adding bulk to your phone, another downside to having a weight or thick camera protector is that it would affect your picture qualities. And of what use is such a protector?
Albeit, you want to be on the lookout for a camera protector with little to no thickness and at the same time, one which is sturdy enough. Hence, the 0.3mm thickness will be your best option.
In the tech world, camera lenses can be classified based on their hardness. You would find several camera protectors with varying degrees of hardness. The most available on display being the 3H, 5H, 9H.
However, permit me to hint to you that, the higher the hardness value, the better and more advantageous it would be. You want a camera protector that can be able to stand the test of rigidity and sturdiness, withstanding every form of mechanical force and environmental stress.
This is perhaps one important aspect you should carefully take into consideration. Because of their varying sizes, some of the camera protectors available on display may not perfectly fit your camera lens hence obstructing a proper angle/view while taking pictures.
Therefore, you should be extra cautious (in terms of dimensions) when seeking to purchase a screen protector.
Also, you should be conscious of the cut-outs at the notch area and see to it that it carefully fits your device before making a purchase.
Having clearly stated those criteria to look out for before you make that purchase, then, it is time to dive into the deals from which you can choose.