As folks on Reddit noticed over the weekend, the cost to repair your iPhone screen went up by $20 across the board for every iPhone model newer than the iPhone 6. Specifically, replacing the screen on a 6S, 7, or 8 will now cost you $149 (up from $129), and replacing the 6S Plus, 7 Plus, or 8 Plus will now set you back a cool $169 (up from $149), according to Apple's official iPhone repair website.
Of course, $20 may not seem like enough of a jump to induce outrage, but nearly anyone who has ever owned an iPhone knows just how delicate the screens can be, despite how "tough" Apple claims to be making them now. It's also very tough to convince them to replace yours for free. And with the 8 and 8 Plus sporting glass on both the front and back, it's easy to see how an unlucky drop could still produce that signature "spider web" of shards on peoples' displays.