Video: Do you miss the sharp edges and flat sides of the iPhone 4, but can't live without the improved technologies inside the curvaceous iPhone 7? If you've got access to a giant computer-controlled saw and a massive industrial belt sander, you can have the best of both worlds — minus your iPhone 7's warranty. YouTuber PeripateticPandas turned the iPhone 7 into the phone of their dreams using some heavy-duty shop equipment. The modifications do require the phone to be disassembled first, but the results give Apple's latest handset a more industrial, edgy look, if you genuinely miss the iPhone 4's design. Just make sure you know what you're doing before attempting something like this.
Turn Your iPhone 7 Into The iPhone 4 With A Giant Saw And An Industrial Belt Sander
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