Learn How You Can Make Your Own iPhone

Could save you a couple of bucks.

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After making a name for himself with his How I Made My Own iPhone – in China video, Scotty from Strange Parts has become the person to look to when it comes to Apple iPhone construction. To appease the millions that have watched his build chronicle videos, Scotty recently put together a comprehensive video on how to build your own iPhone.

The guide offers a rundown of the assembly process and reveals that the main issue to look out for is the wide range of screws used throughout the different models. This issue offers a good lead into the tools required on the build, which is surprisingly only a few considering the intricacy of Apple‘s designs. Finishing off the video, Scotty reveals that since he started his build journey, iFixit has served as his trusty guide and is now selling parts so you can build your own iPhone.

Check out the informative video above and head over to iFixit to get started on building your very own Apple iPhone.

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