#MobileMonday – Scratched Screen on your new iPhone?

January 12, 2015

We are receiving feedback from our customers that they are seeing more scratches on their iPhone 6 screens than they are accustomed to seeing on previous versions.  Although this doesn’t seem to be as large of an issue as the iPhone 4’s “Antennagate”, it is one worth being aware of as it is preventable.

The screens on the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are curved and do not seem to be as scratch-resistant as the screens on previous versions of the iPhone. Most people who have complained on Apple’s Support Communities forum reported that they have seen small scratches appear even when they claim to take great care of their equipment. No matter how careful you are with your devices, we recommend using a case and a screen protector to extend the life and beauty of your device.

Screen Protector Benefits

  • Protects from dust and scratches
  • Easy application and removal
  • Completely transparent
  • Maintains touch screen functionality
  • Low cost

For vCom’s Mobile Lifecycle Management (MLM) customers, please contact us if you would like us to add this as an accessory bundle to the catalog when ordering an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.

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Prior to joining vCom, Audrey was the Chief Marketing Officer of Energy Recovery Inc (NASDAQ: ERII) from 2012-2015 and its VP of Marketing, joining the company as a small start-up organization in 2005. During her tenure, she led the global marketing strategies, built a disruptive global brand by growing revenue 5-fold from $10M to $50M, increased market share from 20% to 90% and completed an IPO. Audrey positioned the company for further growth by uncovering new applications – taking the company from $50M to $5B worth of addressable markets. She has championed product development in cross-functional teams with R&D, engineering and production to successfully launch new products globally.

As a result of building a strong brand, communications and culture, her work received 4 global industry awards in single year by Institute of Engineering and Innovation (IET). She was also recognized as an Innovation Finalist of the Year. Audrey served as a Board member of a non-profit, developed and promoted STEM programs and led philanthropic efforts for low-income families. She holds an MBA from Pepperdine University and a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Michigan State University.