iFixit has introduced a transparent glass replacement back for the iPhone 4S. The glass, which retails for $29.95, completely replaces the rear glass on the iPhone -- making it useful for replacing a broken rear back or simply for a unique look.
Depending on the age of the iPhone 4, it may need iFixit's "liberation kit" to remove the newer "pentalobe screws" from the iPhone.
The instructions for installing the rear glass are simple and straightforward for the mechanically inclined. The transparent rear panel is available for the iPhone 4 (GSM) and 4S from iFixit.
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I have a solution for that.... ;)
For fun, print a iPhone screen on back so it looks like you're holding it backwards.... just to freak people out like it's a double-sided iPhone.
Nothing like sticking up for the good people, then calling them oriental like they are some type of rug.
But that picture and the Paki line are a photoshop.
Usually it's pictures of boxes under subway seats with nobody nearby. The posters are targeted at increasing bomb awareness.
Warning!! You really shouldn't use this on the NYC subways system. Everyone will think that it's a hidden bomb!! :):)
That Li-ion battery looks a lot like some C4 explosives, and it only takes one old lady screaming "BOMB" to bring a whole train to a halt.
Then the NYPD will pull a "grab n' smash" on your 4S and arrest you.:mad: