Pimp your iPhone 5 with this $40 transparent back plate mod
0. phoneArena posted on 08 Jan 2013, 14:01
One of the easiest ways to personalize your iPhone 5 is to outfit it with a cool protective case, but for some people that just isn't geeky enough. These are the folks who might be interested in this do-it-yourself kit by...
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14. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 09 Jan 2013, 04:07 0 0
like walking in the street in see thru clothes lol
2. cripton805 posted on 08 Jan 2013, 14:08 3 0
I guess this is a good alternative if the Phone gets bent or scratches =P
3. InspectorGadget80 posted on 08 Jan 2013, 14:09 10 2
And it would make it look worst than it already is
4. asulect posted on 08 Jan 2013, 14:34 2 0
Someone will actually trade Aluminum with plastic?
8. techloverNYC posted on 08 Jan 2013, 17:15 5 0
now ur iphone will look like a cheap chinese knockoff lol
9. jed27 posted on 08 Jan 2013, 18:54 0 0
We're going back in the time where Nokia phones had changeable cases for a dollar.
10. guzza posted on 08 Jan 2013, 19:12 0 0
Why would all the phone manufacturers want to ever place all the different back shell on their phones when we could get this stunning transparent shell on our phones?..... Hmm.... I dunno. Maybe to make it look better?
11. g2a5b0e posted on 08 Jan 2013, 19:59 0 0
It sounds like you're trying to be sarcastic here, but I actually like it. Not an iPhone fan, but I think it looks dope.
13. phljcnth posted on 09 Jan 2013, 02:21 0 0
It's like stripping away the $200-part of your phone, the logo.
15. rcrider4 posted on 10 Jan 2013, 13:52 0 0
That makes the phone look as horrible and cheap as the song they used...
16. eltoro1975 posted on 20 Feb 2013, 21:36 0 0
I finally received my translucent mod kit today. I thought this would be a cool mod and had a few hours to sit down and begin the process of modifying my phone. I want to begin by saying I am fairly experienced working on iPhones. I must go on to say though that this mod is not for the faint of heart. It is a daunting task to say the least. First of all, there are no directions and all the pieces are not included and not all of the threading are correctly sized to receive the stock screws. I had a number of screws thee did not fit where they were supposed to go when reassembling the device. Also, there is a metal bar that is used as a hinge that seats the power switch that is missing and impossible to transfer from the original device. I had to cut a needle the correct size to replicate the missing part. After 2 hours of work I was successful with the mod and I am writing this post on the finished product. If you have any questions about this mod feel free to contact me and I can tell you all about it. My impression of this mod is generally positive although I have mixed feelings about the quality of construction. I also have a new appreciation for the men and women that put these devices together. Eltoro1975icloud@gmail.com