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How to get the perfect rimmed glass for your iPhone 6

Sunglasses

The first thing to do is to find the right rim.

As you’ll see below, there are many different kinds of rimmed lenses out there, and you’ll want to make sure you choose one that’s the right fit for your phone.

The second thing to check is the material of the glass.

As we mentioned, most of the lenses you can buy on the market have a material of some kind, and if you can find a rimmed lens with a better material, you should definitely pick it up.

There are many rimmed-glass options out there for your smartphone, but if you’re looking for a cheaper option, you can usually find it on eBay or at an electronics store.

Here are a few tips to make the best choice: Choose a metal frame with a metal back.

If you’re going to use the frame with your phone, make sure it has a good-quality metal back, too.

This will make the lens easier to grip when you’re holding it.

A cheap metal frame will probably break when you try to take it out of the case, but you can always replace it if it breaks.

If your phone is going to be attached to your frame, make it waterproof and have the right waterproof rating.

This means that it should have a waterproof rating that allows it to be submerged for up to four hours without water in it.

If it has an IP68 rating, it should be able to handle up to a foot of water.

If a phone’s screen is coated in glass, you’ll have to make a choice between using a coating that’s not water-repellent and a coating like a rubber band, or the glass will break if you try and take it off of your screen.

Choose a glass with an IP67 rating.

A glass with a rating of IP67 will have a higher melting point than a glass of any other rating.

If there’s no coating in your phone’s glass, your phone could shatter, but it won’t melt.

If the glass is water-resistant, you won’t have to worry about melting, and it will be easier to remove the lens.

If this lens has a coating, the coating will be water- and dust-proof, too, so it won-t be susceptible to dust.

For a detailed review on how to choose a rim-less lens, see our video on how you can use a glass without a coating.

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