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Sunday, 12 November 2017

How to get an exclusive transparent iPhone X



What happens if the iPhone case is transparent? Apple will never release a device of this type, but some intrepid "bricofónicos" have launched to it .

To be clear, the process is not easy. It's about taking out the back cover of an iPhone X. It is a risky move, since the glass can break and the connected cables are prone to cut. And that does not even include possible damage to the internal components of the device, such as the rear camera or the battery.


Once that part is finished, the only thing left to do is carefully scrape the vinyl coating under the back glass. That is also quite difficult if one wants to keep the Apple logo intact .

If we're honest, it's probably not a good idea to try this on your own device, and we definitely do not recommend that you do it. Fortunately, you can see the entire process and results in a recent video posted on the EverythingApplePro YouTube channel.


It is a clear idea in concept, although judging by its aesthetics, probably not worth it. This is especially true since the process of modifying the back cover is arduous, and it is incredibly easy to irreparably damage your brand new smartphone when trying. Even if everything goes smoothly and as planned, you will void the warranty and break the waterproofing measures of the iPhone.


 Still, the difficulty and the voided guarantee has not deterred enthusiasts from doing the whole process with their own devices, although the end result is less than impressive, at least on the iPhone X. That's because of the way it is builds the flagship of Apple with its charge and wireless shielding . Instead of seeing all the internal components of the device, you will end up seeing a silver metal slab and a black circular pad in the center.


Also, if you only want to see the entrails of the iPhone X without disassembling it , you can download these high resolution wallpapers , courtesy of the popular iFixit disassembly site.

Via | idropnews 

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