Screen Protector



Verify ID:


Expiration date:

July 29, 2020 - September 28, 2022

Verification Mark

Applicable To:

InvisibleShield Glass, InvisibleShield Glass AM, InvisibleShield Glass Anti-Glare AM, InvisibleShield Glass Privacy AM, InvisibleShield Glass XTR, InvisibleShield Glass+, InvisibleShield Glass Elite+, InvisibleShield Glass Elite AM, InvisibleShield Glass Elite+ Gamer’s Edition, InvisibleShield Glass Elite+ Biometric, InvisibleShield Glass Elite VisionGuard+, InvisibleShield Glass Elite VisionGuard AM, InvisibleShield Glass Elite Privacy+, InvisibleShield Glass Elite Privacy AM, InvisibleShield Glass Elite Anti-Glare+, InvisibleShield Glass Elite Anti-Glare AM, InvisibleShield Hybrid Glass, InvisibleShield GlassFusion+, InvisibleShield GlassFusion AM, InvisibleShield GlassFusion VisionGuard+, InvisibleShield GlassFusion VisionGuard AM, InvisibleShield GlassFusion+ with D3O, InvisibleShield GlassFusion AM with D3O, InvisibleShield GlassFusion VisionGuard+ with D3O, InvisibleShield GlassFusion VisionGuard AM with D3O, InvisibleShield Hybrid Glass, InvisibleShield Ultra Clear+, InvisibleShield Ultra Clear AM, InvisibleShield Ultra VisionGuard+, InvisibleShield Ultra VisionGuard AM, Mophie Glass Privacy Edge AM, Mophie Glass AM, Mophie Glass VisionGuard AM, ISOD Clearguard, ISOD Ultra Clear+, ISOD Ultra VisionGuard+

Marketing Claim Verified by UL Solutions

5G Compatibility: Minimal disruption (<0.15 dB loss) to ultra wideband signal in the 5G cellular bands (28 - 39 GHz)

Verification Method

Test frequency range 24 GHz to 40 GHz was divided in two parts: 24GHz to 29.5GHz and 37GHz to 40 GHz. Test signal: Continuous wave (CW) at 13 frequencies across the test frequency range with ~400 MHz frequency step. Radiated over the air (OTA) path loss between two antennas was measured with and without the product in place. Reference position at zero-degree azimuth and zero-degree elevation, with zero degree being the beam peak position. DUT Sample(s) were placed perpendicular to beam peak. Each sample was tested at one position for azimuth and elevation angle. A disruption of 0.20 dB loss or less is considered minimally disruptive and suitable in support of this claim.

What is UL Verification?

UL Verification is an objective, science-based assessment that confirms the accuracy of marketing claims. Our independent assessment process scrutinizes the validity of specific advertising or promotional statements, giving you a way to separate verified fact from fiction.