Last week, through a partnership with Belkin, Apple started installing iPhone screen protectors inside its stores in Japan. Now the two companies are bringing the program worldwide.
Belkin announced the news on Tuesday. The service uses a specially designed ScreenCare+ Application System designed to apply the screen protector as accurately as possible. The company already offers a similar option at a few other retailers, including Target and Tekserve.
Apple is offering Anti-Glare and InvisiGlass options, which are both available for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus. The company hasn’t announced official pricing, but in Japan it costs between $19 and $37 depending on phone size and screen protector type.
It could be a few days or longer before the system hits every store around the world, but the next time you visit the Apple store you may have the option to quickly install a screen protector for your iPhone. Check out a video of the process shot at one of the company’s Japanese stores below.