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Sun Shade wrong solution for iPad mini

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After many experiments with trying to see the screen of my iPad mini in bright daylight I realised that even when the sun was shaded I could not see the screen because of its reflective properties. Cheap anti glare screen protectors helped a little, but then I tried MediaDevil anti glare (there is a clear or anti glare version) 'magic screen' protector and it works, turning the surface into that fitted to dedicated outdoor monitors. I don't know yet if it is a complete solution, and a shade may also be required but it's 100 times better than before. I live in the UK and a pack of 2 cost £12 from Amazon.
 
After many experiments with trying to see the screen of my iPad mini in bright daylight I realised that even when the sun was shaded I could not see the screen because of its reflective properties. Cheap anti glare screen protectors helped a little, but then I tried MediaDevil anti glare (there is a clear or anti glare version) 'magic screen' protector and it works, turning the surface into that fitted to dedicated outdoor monitors. I don't know yet if it is a complete solution, and a shade may also be required but it's 100 times better than before. I live in the UK and a pack of 2 cost £12 from Amazon.

For screen shades to work properly they need to be at 70 angel. Only shades doing this are the hoodi.
 
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