The first screen protector I put onto my iPad Pro 12.9 was called Wunderglass. It was actually real glass that I used to protect my iPad Pro from scratches and breaking and it was just amazingly easy to install. The second layer is called PaperLike by Sapper Products. It claims to feel like paper, so I tested it in November 2017 for the first time. In the meanwhile, I put of the Wunderglass and use only the PaperLike, as to me, this is protection enough.
In this video I explain what the PaperLike is in detail:
Does it really feel like paper?
When I put on the PaperLike for the first time, it really surprised me! It gets pretty close to a paper feeling when writing with the Apple Pencil. As I showed you in my latest video, in which I compared the PaperLike with other screen protectors such as the Tech Armor, it even sounds like paper.
How does it affect the clarity of the retina display?
Once you put the PaperLike onto your iPad, you will see some loss in clarity of your display. However, this is a common “problem” for all matte screen protectors available on the market. At December 2017 I put the PaperLike of my iPad as I thought I wanted the original quality back. BUT, I could not write nor draw properly any more. I suddenly realized after using PaperLike for a month, how important it is for me to work with my Apple Pencil. So no doubt, I had to put it back on and it is there now since 6 month without any loss of resistence. All I do from time to time is clean it with a wet tissue, but that’s it. But not only the improved handwriting feeling with the Apple Pencil, but also the fact that your palm doesn´t stick on the screen and fingerprints wont be visible anymore made it more than worth the slight loss of clarity.