With the next-generation iPhone - the iPhone Video? - a near certainty to be revealed on Monday at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, millions of iPhone 3G owners will stare longingly at their scuffed-up Apple smartphones and lust after a bright, shiny new model. To the rescue comes veteran accessorizer RadTech. With the …
I hope they'll make a version for other phones.
Unless, of course.. it does work for all phones?
Try one of those green pan scourers and finish off with T-Cut or Metal polish.
and possibly have your Jesus phone confiscated/ service disconnected; after all, this is kit is NOT made by APPLE!!!
"smooth and soft as a baby's bottom"
Are you trying to get el reg added to australia's child-porn-site list?
Re: Oh dear.
It would depend what the shiny bits were made of. Presumably, the iPhone being a penomenally high-quality product (just look at the price, it must be), it has a real chromed metal surround and can thus be polished up. I suspect Simoniz chrome cleaner would work just as well and you can clean the bumpers of your car with it too as a bonus.
Anything with the chrome-effect tacky-placcy stuff treated this way would have the shiny bits removed very quickly leaving you with a dull plastic bezel.
Paris, so you can see what dull plastic bezels look like.
Bottom: @AC 07:01
not only is the babys bottom risky, its smoothness is overrated. In my native Geramny, we have a saying "Life is like a baby's bottom: rough, damp and windy."
Original iPhone bezel was stainless steel.
and the back was anodised aluminium.
Read the impressive work of analysis here - http://www.macmod.com/peripheral-mods/iphone/1562-iphone-custom
(I can't find any sign of the planned analysis of an iPhone 3G that the above article mentions.)
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