The sun is shining, there’s not a cloud in the sky. And, there you are. Smiling. You start to feel a feeling. It’s a good feeling. A feeling of promise. It’s the promise of coming creativity that you haven’t felt in years, maybe decades. Why are you suddenly feeling so good? Why do you suddenly feel there’s a wave of productivity about to crash into your life? It’s because you are walking out the door of your local Apple store with a beautiful, shining, brand new MacBook in hand. Congratulations, you just bought yourself a Mac!
But wait. What is this feeling you’re feeling now? It’s as if something constant, unending – a force! – as if a force is pulling you and your beautiful new MacBook down, down, down to the ground. What is that? Why are you only starting to feel it now? Has it always been there and you’re just now noticing? Wait, could it be… yes! Gravity! That is the feeling of gravity! Nature’s floor magnet and your new MacBook’s natural enemy. Why is it so cruel? Why is it so constant? Why does it hate your new Mac’s screen so much? Why must it pull it to the ground in hopes of CRACKING it? Do we have any way to fight back!?
Luckily, you aren’t completely powerless against gravity’s relentless terror. Enter: a MacBook screen protector. Seriously, though – drama aside – having to fix a cracked screen on your new MacBook or MacBook Pro is no fun and it’s super expensive. Even with Apple Care, fixing a screen can cost up to $299 to have it professionally done. Getting a MacBook screen protector installed early will protect your investment in the long run and give you the peace of mind you need to live your life!
It’s true, MacBooks are slippery. Their all-aluminum casing makes them beautiful, a design feat, really. But nothing comes without a cost. All that slippery beauty has a high potential cost. Even the most careful among us drop stuff – our phones, our keys, our wallets. And when it comes to your MacBook, a single drop – an accidental, “Crap! I’m already late to class,” throw your MacBook under your arm, race out of your dorm room, down the stairs, out onto the sidewalk, foot gets caught on the side of a curb, realize you should have bought a MacBook screen protector, then… an even bigger, “CRAP!” – can leave you with a significant repair bill and an even worse headache. While MacBook screens are made with fairly durable glass, even a short drop at the right (or, more accurately, wrong) angle can leave your MacBook with a huge crack. That’s why it’s so important (and easy, and cheap!) to protect your MacBook with a Mac screen protector.
If you get a MacBook screen protector today, you won’t just be protecting your MacBook from accidental drops. You’ll also ensure that every time someone points at something on your screen, you won’t be left with a permanent and unsightly smudge or scratch. In addition to protecting against cracked screens, MacBook screen protectors also protect against the scratches that go hand-in-hand with everyday usage, wear, and tear.
Your screen is arguably the most important part of your MacBook. Whether you use it for design, video editing, writing papers, watching Netflix, or some combination, you need a screen that is in good working order to be able to use your MacBook in the first place. Plus, Apple spent a ton of energy and invested an incredible amount of tech and development in building some of the best screens in the personal computer industry. And let’s be honest, MacBook screens are beautiful! Sharp, bright, with millions of brilliant colors that are tuned to perfection. It makes sense that it costs so much to repair them! And outside of never putting your MacBook in danger of getting dropped (which would mean never taking it with you, which would defeat the purpose of having a MacBook in the first place) the best way to avoid having to pay to fix a broken screen is to protect it with a MacBook screen protector.
Have you heard of Computer Vision Syndrome, also known as “CVS?” No? Well, it’s probably because you’re spending too much time staring at your screen, hoping your latest project will somehow finish itself, and not enough time taking care of your own health and wellbeing! Do some research! Give yourself a break! According to trusted internet resource (and favorite virtual hangout for hypochondriacs) WebMD, Computer Vision Syndrome is something that can affect anyone who spends a lot of time staring at a computer screen over the course of the day – so, that’s most of America. We don’t realize it, but all of the changing images, colors, brightness, and flickering light pixels from your screen actually put your eye muscles through a near-constant workout. Over extended periods of time, this causes eye strain which can lead to:
With the right MacBook screen protector applied to your MacBook or MacBook Pro’s screen, you can actually reduce the strain caused by CVS – protecting your eyes and health while simultaneously protecting your screen.
Kuzy makes a MacBook screen protector that provides protection from everyday use, accidental drops, scrapes, and is also easy to apply to your new MacBook. If you’ve ever tried to install a screen protector on your phone, you know what an arduous process it can be. If one piece of dust gets caught between your screen and the protector, you have to start all over from step one. But, with the tools and easy to follow instructions that come with Kuzy’s screen protectors, you’ll find the process is easier than you might think. Take a look at this tutorial blog if you’re curious about the steps involved in applying a MacBook screen protector. Honestly, the process is so simple, if you think about how much protection it’s going to provide over the life of your MacBook, you might even find it… fun? Okay, so that’s probably a stretch. But, they are easy to apply and can save you money in the long run.
You bought yourself a Mac. You are ecstatic about its power, portability, and its slim, beautiful profile. You can’t wait to sit down with it at the next coffee shop you find and get to work. All you need now – to protect its most vital part, save you money in the long run and give you peace of mind – is a MacBook screen protector to go with it.