Better late than never. Just after detecting two small scratches on my new Apple iPhone 12 Mini 128GB screen I immediately decided to put a screen protector. Tempered glass option was my first thought choice because it is most likely more scratch resistant although slightly more fragile. Apple iPhones are expensive, and it is best to do whatever you can in order to ensure longevity. To be honest I should had installed the screen protector even before the first scratches, anyway better late than never.
As I went to the Czech authorized Apple Premium Reseller they professionally applied their own branded tempered glass screen protector. Paying a little extra of 45 USD was a pain. But I remember doing it myself on my good old Google Nexus 5 Android phone and hunting for almost an hour for the dust with the remover tool under the screen protector.
I knew there can be issues with the screen sensitivity after installation of the screen protector. But this time it was a pain. The most noticeable was writing on the on-screen keyboard. Missing almost every third touch. I searched through the Apple forums and landed on this thread. It suggests that by simply turning on the Touch Accommodations feature in iOS, you can actually fix touch screen sensitivity issues once and for all. But does it work? At least on
iOS 15.2 like hell! Try it yourself:
Touch and turn on
And you will not be anymore like me before the Touch Accommodations turned on 🤣