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The best iPhone 11 Pro Max screen protectors

With the rising popularity of phablet-sized smartphones, screen protectors are less of a luxury and more of a first line of defense. Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max — with its 6.5-inch, 2688 × 1242 pixel resolution OLED screen — is among the largest of iPhones, so you don’t want to leave it vulnerable to drops, bumps, and damaging impacts.

Though the iPhone has scratch-resistant glass with an oleophobic coating, a second layer of protection can’t hurt. Some screen protectors add “anti-theft” features that limit visibility for third parties, while most glass protectors feature the 9H hardness rating, a basic scratch test using the hardest lead pencil point (9H) against the glass. Any substance harder than your screen will cause scratches to appear on your smartphone glass.

The thickness and hardness of glass screen protectors are designed to absorb the impact. If a drop damages your screen protector, simply remove it from your undamaged phone and replace it with a new one. Glass screen protectors are especially effective because their appearance is similar to your phone’s original screen, allowing for vibrant colors and optical clarity. You could also opt for a film screen protector which may be less effective against drops but provides excellent scratch protection for your screen.

Here are a few of the best iPhone 11 Pro Max screen protectors currently available.

You can also check out our pick of the best iPhone 11 Pro screen protectors, or our roundup of the best iPhone 11 screen protectors.

Olixar Film Screen Protector

Olixar Film Screen Protector for iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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This twin-pack of film protectors from Olixar won’t break the budget but will keep your iPhone 11 Pro Max screen safe from harm. Ultra-thin and crystal clear, these film protectors offer edge-to-edge protection for the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s curved screen, and they’re a cinch to install, too. Each protector features an anti-scratch surface, so you can toss your phone in your bag or pocket without a second thought. There’s also an oleophobic coating that repels greasy fingerprints and smudges, keeping your screen protector looking as good as new.

Tech Armor Film Screen Protector

Tech Armor Film Screen Protector for the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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With this pack of film protectors from Tech Armor, you get not one, not two, not three, but four film screen protectors to keep your iPhone 11 Pro Max’s screen safe. Each multilayered Japanese PET film protector has high-grade silicone adhesive, which means they’re easy to install with none of those pesky bubbles. An oleophobic coating keeps fingerprints and smudges at bay, and crystal-clear HD clarity means you won’t even know your screen protector is there once it’s been applied. Tech Armor offers a limited lifetime warranty too, should your screen protector fail. Pick up this handy four-pack for under $10 and you can keep a couple of spares on hand and share the others with your friends or family members.

Whitestone Dome Glass Protector

Whitestone Dome Protector for iPhone 11 Pro Max
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This protector provides what Whitestone refers to as the four F’s: full coverage, full responsiveness, full clarity, and a full fix onto your iPhone 11 Pro Max. Its main claim to fame is that it repairs any minor cracks you may already have on your screen before applying the protector, helping the display to look flawless again. It also makes use of Whitestone’s own patented liquid optically clear adhesive (LOCA), providing what is arguably the strongest fit onto the iPhone 11 Pro Max of any screen protector currently available. It’s also very strong and highly transparent, so you can be sure to enjoy the normal vibrancy of your phone’s screen while also protecting it.

InvisibleShield Glass+ Screen Protector

Zagg InvisibleShield iPhone 11 Pro Max
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It may be a bit pricey compared to other glass protectors in its class, but InvisibleShield’s Glass+ Screen Protector offers a lot of protective tech for your iPhone and you. In addition to offering a precise, case-friendly fit for large screens, the surface has a smooth feel for easy navigation of all iPhone features. It has a specifically engineered tempered glass that resists impact, scratches, and smudging. An oil-resistant screen keeps your phone clean to enhance viewing clarity. The glass screen is coupled with a VisionGuard blue light filter alongside bacteria-fighting properties for permanent antimicrobial treatment. The company says the antimicrobial technology — embedded in the glass — kills nearly 100% of surface bacteria. The protective Eyesafe layer filters harmful high-energy visible (HEV) light from your phone’s screen to protect your eyes.

Amuoc Tempered Glass Film Screen Protector

Amuoc iPhone 11 Pro Max screen protector
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The Amuoc’s three-pack of laser-cut 2.5-D rounded edge 9H tempered glass protective covers provides the ultimate protection for your giant iPhone’s screen. It’s comfortable to use and easy to apply. The high-transparency cover offers high-definition clear viewing while the hydrophobic, oleophobic coating repels sweat, skin oils, and fingerprints. The glass covering is scratch-resistant and shatterproof to shield your screen from scratches and drops. It comes with an installation frame to assist with the application.

Supershieldz Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Supershieldz iPhone 11 Pro Max protector
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Supershieldz for the new Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max is an anti-spy, tempered glass screen protector. Made from high-quality, privacy tempered glass, your screen is visible only to the viewer directly in front of it. Anti-scratch and bubble-free, Supershieldz carries a 9H hardness rating while maintaining the phone’s inherent touch experience. Its 2.5-D rounded edge glass is comfortable in the hand, while its own hydrophobic and oleophobic coating acts to reduce sweat and fingerprints. The package includes two screen protectors.

JETech Screen Protector

JETech iPhone 11 Pro Max screen protector
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Made of high quality, 0.33mm thick, premium tempered glass with rounded edges, the JETech screen protector is transparent, highly responsive to touch, and resists scratches up to 9H hardness. It leaves the iPhone’s glass dust-free, fingerprint-free, and bubble-free and easily installs with a single push.

amFilm Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 11 Pro Max

amFilm Glass Screen Protector for iPhone 11 Pro Max
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This screen protector is specially constructed for the iPhone 11 Pro Max, measuring 0.3mm to provide durability and sensitivity. The glass shield enables a natural, quality viewing experience with its 99.9% transparency and high definition resolution. Double taps are a thing of the past with this screen protector with its incredible touchscreen sensitivity function.

This particular screen boasts a diamond-hard 9H surface rating from manufacturers. That essentially means it’s highly resistant to any kinds of scratches. Its oleophobic top layer also does a bit of heavy-lifting; Its technology works directly to fight against the appearance of fingerprints on your screen. The amFilm starter kit comes with an easy-installation frame, stickers to eliminate dust, wet wipes, and three glass screen protectors.

Spigen Tempered Glass Screen Protector

Spigen iPhone 11 Pro Max protector
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If you’re an iPhone 11 Pro Max owner, consider this screen protector specifically. Safety ratings label this screen protector with a 9H rating. Its durable tempered glass isn’t too difficult to apply, either. Use the included auto-alignment kit to place it on your iPhone. To give you an idea of size, this screen protector can fit with the Spigen iPhone case on your phone. Like most durable screen protectors on the market, the Spigen has an oleophobic layer, which prevents the buildup of fingerprints on your screen. These screen protectors come in a two-pack.

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