There is also an Advanced Analysis option on the Profile Overview page, this performs a number of tests on your monitor including: Gamut, Tone Response, Brightness and Contrast, White Point, Screen Uniformity and Colour Accuracy.
All these test involve placing the Spyder on screen and measurements are taken. They serve as a good indication for when you need to replace your monitor, but will not make any adjustments to your new profile. The above screen shot shows my monitors calibration results, the White point and Luminosity are a bit out, but I not going to lose any sleep over it.
Each of the Spyders can be used to create a colour profile for an iPad or iPhone, this requires a free SpyderGallery App. The profile is created on your computer with the Spyder placed on the iPad, the profile is applied to your mobile device when using any native image viewer, including Facebook, Flickr. I didn’t test this function in this review.