Option 2: Toothpick and a Credit Card Make sure to point the sharp end of your toothpick up and away from the screen rather than down and toward it so you don't damage your screen. Once a corner is loosened, use your fingers to gently pull it up and away from the phone. Begin peeling the protector up along the sides.
First, make sure your MacBook is on a soft cloth preferably on the floor or a carpet to prevent it from sliding or falling. Open the MacBook top cover and be careful of the screen. Now reach in the corner and pull the hook away from the corner one at a time. The case should slide off.
Once a corner is loose, pull gently up from the corner. Begin peeling the protector up along the sides of the protector. This will keep it stable and help prevent it from breaking apart before you can get it completely off. Go slowly as you do this to keep the screen protector in one piece.
0:171:59Use my finger. And lift it right off. The reason you want to do it this way is because you don'tMoreUse my finger. And lift it right off. The reason you want to do it this way is because you don't want to start warping.
Too Hot or Cold Extreme temperature changes can have a negative effect on any type of glass, especially your delicate iPad or iPhone. Try not to leave your device in direct sunlight or exposed to extremely cold temperatures.
How to Remove a Stripped Screw
If your iPad screen breaks accidentally, you have the option to replace your iPad for an out-of-warranty fee. Accidental damage isn't covered by the Apple warranty. If your screen cracks due to a manufacturing issue, it's covered by the Apple warranty.
In the Page Setup group, click the Columns tool to display the dialog box.
How to remove a stuck-on screen protector
Here's what to try:
How to Damage Your Phone
One of the best features of AppleCare+ is that it covers accidental damage -- including a cracked screen—for a reasonable service charge of $49. And the screen replacement itself is covered on a one-year warranty, so if you get it replaced but Touch ID no longer works, they'll do a second replacement free of charge.
Unfortunately, there is no intrinsic way to delete section breaks and maintain the formatting represented by that break. There is a workaround you can use, however: Place the insertion point at the end of the document, just after the final section break.
If you added section breaks to your document, the easiest way to see where they begin and end is to show formatting marks. Go to Home, and select Show all nonprinting characters. Select the section break and then press Delete.