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Apple Stores Now Offering iPhone Screen Protector Installation via Belkin’s ScreenCare+ Application System

Apple Stores Now Offering iPhone Screen Protector Installation via Belkin’s ScreenCare+ Application System

Beginning today, Apple Store customers who purchase a Belkin-branded screen protector for their iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, and 6s Plus device can have the protector professionally installed by an Apple Store employee.

Apple Stores Now Offering iPhone Screen Protector Installation via Belkin's ScreenCare+ Application System

MacRumors:

Belkin’s ScreenCare+ Application System lets Apple Store employees accurately and precisely apply screen protectors using a ScreenCare+ machine. When a customer purchases either a Belkin TrueClear Invisiglass Screen Protector or a Belkin TrueClear Anti-Glare Screen Protector, an Apple retail employee who has been trained in the application method will bring the ScreenCare+ machine from the back of the store.

While many stores around the world began rolling out the new application system last week, today marks the official kickoff for the new program.

The process involves the employee cleaning the iPhone’s display, and then using the machine to apply the screen protector in full view of the customer. If a mistake is made during the application process, a new protector will be installed, at no additional cost to the customer.

Belkin’s ScreenCare+ Application System is an automated process, allowing less room for errors with alignment, dust and debris, or air bubbles, as might be encountered when applying screen protectors manually by hand.

The ScreenCare+ program is now available worldwide, and is currently limited to screen protectors purchased in-store for use with the iPhone 6, 6s, 6 Plus, and 6s Plus.

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