New VisionGuard screen protection for Apple’s latest iPad tablets

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InvisibleShield, a ZAGG Inc brand and the leading global innovator in screen protection, today announced InvisibleShield Glass+ VisionGuard™ specifically designed to protect users of the Apple 11-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and existing 9.7-inch iPad from the harmful effects of high-energy visible (HEV) blue light. InvisibleShield was named a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree for Glass+ VisionGuard.


“As mobility plays an increasingly prominent role in our daily lives, it’s important to protect our devices and our eyes from overexposure to harmful HEV blue light,” said Steve Bain, general manager for InvisibleShield. “We are honored to be recognized with a CES 2019 Innovation Award, and we’re excited to continue to expand our patented InvisibleShield VisionGuard offerings, making HEV blue light-blocking technology more accessible to mobile device users around the world.”

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Whether at work, school, or home, people are using digital devices for business, educational, and entertainment purposes. As device use increases, so does exposure to HEV blue light. Overexposure may negatively affect eye health, especially in children. The all-new Glass+ VisionGuard for compatible iPad devices features a protective Eyesafe technology layer to protect all users – children included – from harmful HEV blue light from device screens, offering protection that goes beyond avoiding a shattered screen.

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Glass+ VisionGuard features Ion Matrix technology to strengthen glass at the molecular level, removing impurities and reinforcing glass edges to prevent chips and cracks. The precision surface finishing process provides maximum scratch protection and oil-resistance and prevents fingerprint smudges from accumulating.


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