Apple has started iPhone screen protector installation program in Japan, along with Belkin. Apple customers in Japan will be able to hop down to their local Apple Store and get the Belkin screen protector professionally installed on their iPhone using an installation machine.
The device allows placing the screen protector in place with the phone aligned on top and then when the protective film is pulled out the screen protector is precisely applied on top of the phone without any air bubbles. Still, if you're not satisfied, they will reapply another one for no additional cost.
The application costs somewhere between $19 and $37 according to 9to5Mac. The program will be rolling out to other regions in future.
Well you seem to think that Apple overcharging its customers for a simple service is ok. The previous posters are just pointing out that it is not ok and here you come here replying people with your Apple-righteous tone.
What does that have to do with anything? Any company in any industry trying to make their customers lives easier at a cost is a pretty standard business practice. All they doing is offering a service, they didn't invent it, it's not revolutionary, it...
Lol Apple is always right.