Ever wonder what it would be like to gaze at the iPhone 5 with superhero-calibre X-ray vision? Wonder no more, because an engineer named Alex Caron has snapped a couple of X-ray images of Apple's newest smartphone.
Caron told us he shot the phone with a "filter of thungsten-rhodium at 32 kilovolts for a dose at 400 mas (milli amps per second)". In English? He used crazy material that enhances the image and did things that you obviously wouldn't be able to do with a regular camera. Hey iPhone, your insides are showing! [h/t Alex Caron]