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iPhone Deconstructed: First Operation

It was only a matter of time before someone decided it would be a good idea to take their shiny new iPhone and open it in an effort to explore its innards. Apparently despite the fact that most people still haven't gotten theirs (Apple Stores release more every morning at 9 am but the San Francisco stores were sold out by 10 am yesterday morning), the people over at Anand Tech have already given theirs a little Dr. 90210 work over.

"We have only had the phone for a few hours but we needed to get inside its casing, " says Anand Tech. "Please note that we're doing this so you are not tempted to on your recent $500/$600 expenditure, while it is quite possible to take apart using easy to find tools we'd recommend against it as it will undoubtedly void your warranty and will most likely mar up the beautiful gadget's exterior. " For a complete look at the surgery, check out Anand Tech.

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mh84 mh84 9 years
poor little iphone lol
colormesticky colormesticky 9 years
Ugh, such a waste.
PrissyLilBadAss PrissyLilBadAss 9 years
These people are like me. I love taking things apart to see how they work! But to do that with an uber-expensive phone... I don't think I'm that curious!
catstarr catstarr 9 years
Wow, that broke my heart!!!!
Cherryluv Cherryluv 9 years
I seriously don't understand why people out there would destroy a perfectly good and EXPENSIVE iPhone like this. *sobs* Look at it!!! It's in pain, LOL!! You can hear it crying! If I ever got one, I'd take care of it like it was my own child...even though I don't have a child yet, haha.
lintacious lintacious 9 years
why must all apple product batteries be so inaccessible?
StPauliWoman StPauliWoman 9 years
This phone is what the techies were talking about in the 90's when they said someday the cell phone would replace all of the electronics that we need - internet access & communications, both electronic & voice. I've heard that there have been some issues with the AT&T service, and one of my friends STILL can't use her phone, due to some activation problem. I plan on getting one (hopefully win one) this summer! I bet there will be lots of ipods on ebay soon...
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