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post #11 of 17
Lol! I am 15 too! But I live in China... In the same city where all the Apple sweatshops are (Shenzhen) HAHA
post #12 of 17
Most off topic but I've got to say this: Wow, three 15 year old guys on same thread in a multinational overclocking site, what are the odds

On topic, wouldn't do it myself, next thing you know you have some men in black knocking behind your door presenting themselves as Steve Jobs' bouncers Also I bet it wouldn't work either. Computer is a much better investment
post #13 of 17
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Lol! I am 15 too! But I live in China... In the same city where all the Apple sweatshops are (Shenzhen) HAHA
I loved how you put "HAHA" after sweatshops! Hahahaha.

Crazy coinsidence here!
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post #14 of 17
To be honest, I doubt any soldering is involved. I would personally go for it, and if it doesn't work out, eBay time.
post #15 of 17
To be quite honest, piecing together your iPhone would be more costly.
It would be cheaper to buy one off line. Not to mention, stores like that don't sell the main board.
post #16 of 17
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To be quite honest, piecing together your iPhone would be more costly.
It would be cheaper to buy one off line. Not to mention, stores like that don't sell the main board.
Cheaper? Easier maybe, but not cheaper. I got a good deal, but thats not common.
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post #17 of 17
They don't sell a main board though and you cant buy them so you would be missing the most important part.
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