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iPhone 3G replaceable battery, no soldering required – iFixit

10 July 2008 One Comment

iFixit iPhone Battery

iFixit has done what they are so good in – cracking open to find the traces of hardware used! They travelled all the way to Auckland to lay their hands on the 3G iPhone which was released first in NZ for a change (time zone game!). Hardware is so much more sophisticated if not for way too many changes. Just that you don’t need to be an electronics major now to use the solder iron the iPhone 3G.

Join the iPhone 3G ride with iFixit now!

The screws are there on purpose to make the life of a DIY guy easy! You can now replace the battery easily! Given that iPhone 2.0 is unlocked, the unlocking scene is completely under control!

iPhone 3G Screws

Have fun guys and come back for more of my iPhone 3G adventures!

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    Can anyone tell me where I can find how to jailbreak and unlock my new iphone 4. Every blog only has information on unlock iphone 3.1.3 3GS

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