The much-rumored iPad Mini may not be here yet, but screen accessories are already popping up.
Known for its mobile device cases and similar products, Zagg is selling a $24.99 screen protector for Apple's allegedly upcoming tiny tablet. Noting that the screen protector is "coming soon," Zagg touts it as a "precision pre-cut invisibleShield" that provides "the toughest, most durable protection you will find."
To back up its claim, Zagg offers a lifetime guarantee on the product, promising to replace it for free should it wear or scratch. Zagg also kicks in a 45-day money-back guarantee, letting you return the item for a 100 percent refund if you're not happy with it.
online, typically at Chinese Web sites. But Zagg is a prominent vendor in the U.S., selling its products both online and in retail stores. The company offers its invisibleShield screen protector for a wide variety of devices, including the iPhone and the current iPad lineup.
lately, with several reports claiming that .
Apple reportedly has already kicked off mass production of the iPad Mini, according to the Wall Street Journal, with . Few details are known about the tablet. But sources say it will sport a screen size of 7.85 inches and sell for far less than the current 9.7-inch model. And one analyst who's been talking to component suppliers, says it may even be slicker than the new iPad, according to an All Things Digital report this morning.