apple iphone

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  1. strawberry1963

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    it was easy to make' 008.JPG

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  2. Zathros

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    Usually Red pictures are like that because of insufficient light. Was that taken on an IPhone? Looks good. :)
  3. strawberry1963

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    No battery ran low.
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    ok will do' im new to this im still learn how to make paper model'
  5. Zathros

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    Heep on trying, Looking forward to your next model. Have you made any decisions as to what you wish to make. Maybe we can help you find it. :)
  6. Vince

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    I bet your paper iPhone works about as well as my real Net-10 phone. If anyone ever gets the chance to buy a Net-10 phone, ... just say no.
    IMHO, based on my experience.
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    By the way, that wasn't meant in any way as a slam on your model. It looks very realistic. It was meant as a slam on my junky cell phone.
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    its ok i understand what you meant thanks
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    its cool with me thanks for the comments
  10. Zathros

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    If people ever opened up their iPhones (some other brands too), they would be quite surprised, they look like something that came out of a toy. The mass produced nature really makes you see how come there is an economic world crisis. People spending way too much money on products that should not cost as much as they do. Much of the engineering costs people cite is actually in it's planned obsolescence. iProducts top that list (IMHO). The big problem with products like this is their final disposition in the ecology. We end up iEating and iDrinking their residue. Who knows, maybe in a couple of 100 years, we'll get the signals and phone calls without buying anything. We will have iEvolved! :)
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