Apple drops need for iPhone screen repairs to use calibration hardware, reducing turnaround time for repair shops
Apple is rolling out a change to its policies for iPhone screen repair. In a note shared with iMore, Apple is dropping the need for repair centers to use calibration hardware when conducting screen repairs for iPhone 6s and later.
Calibration is now achieved through software alone. This should make repairs faster and makes it easier for more repair locations to open up around the world, assuming Apple also loosens its relatively-stringent approval policy on setting up new repair centers.