The Smartwatch Wars are heating up.
And it’s not just about the technology: the debate about whether smartphones are a security risk or a fun gadget has now been heated up over a new protective film invented by one of Apple’s biggest competitors.
The film is being promoted as a way to protect your phone from scratches and falls.
But some users say it can actually make them more vulnerable.
Watch: The Rise of the ‘Smartwatch Protection Film’A recent study by security firm Trend Micro found that a small amount of a Smartwatch’s screen could actually make a user more susceptible to falls and scratches.
The research said the screen was actually just a cover for the display, which could actually be used to protect the display from being scratched.
The researchers said that the display could be damaged by a small object, such as a hand, falling onto the screen.
While the study focused on smartphones, the same protective film is now being used on watches, as well as laptops and smart TVs.
The study found that even small scratches could leave the screen susceptible to scratches and other damage.
And while the researchers noted that the screen could be scratched, it was the amount that was actually responsible.
Trend Micro said that, in general, the screen should be kept clean, but it didn’t have to be that way for the screen to be “safe.”
While some users have questioned whether or not the film is safe, others have found it useful.
The researchers said the display should be clean and the screen be “as thin as possible,” which can help protect the screen from scratches.
But for some users, this doesn’t seem to be enough.
Security experts have pointed out that there are a number of things a user could do to make the display a little bit more slippery, which can make it easier for an object to slide across the screen and cause scratches.
One such method is to use a lint-free pad.
There are many different types of lint, but Trend Micro said this was the one that they were using.
The company recommends that users keep their screens in a dark, locked room, and that they put a lien on the screen if it is not in use.
And while this protective film may not protect your iPhone, it can help make it a bit more comfortable to use.
Trend Mic said it tested a total of 1,200 devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S9, LG G5, Huawei Mate 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and more.