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How to tear down an iPhone6 and turn it into a framed artwork

How to tear down an iPhone6 and turn it into a framed artwork

Electronic products are updated faster and faster. How to protect the environment, Let us learn from the spirit of Gary Anderson and turn waste into art.

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iPhone frame


Step1

iPhone Frame
 Let's check out some tech specs:
Apple A8 processor with 64-bit architecture
M8 second-generation motion coprocessor
16, 64, or 128 GB onboard storage capacity
4.7-inch 1334x750 pixels (326 ppi) Retina HD display
8 MP iSight camera (with 1.5µ pixels and phase-detection autofocus) and a 1.2 MP FaceTime camera
Touch ID home button fingerprint sensor, barometer, 3-axis gyro, accelerometer, ambient light sensor
802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0 + NFC + 20-band LTE


Step2

iPhone Frame

iPhone teardown

The rounded corner design of the iPhone 6 is very reminiscent of the first generation iPhone, sans the Lightning connector and Pentalobe screws.


Step3

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

With the front panel assembly open, we take a peek inside the iPhone 6.


Step4

iPhone teardown
With screwdriver in hand, we tackle the metal bracket screws that secure the front panel assembly in place.


Step5

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

We peel the home button off the front panel assembly with ease—though, as ever, the surrounding rubber gasket is easy to tear if you don't have the steady hands of a tech surgeon.


Step6

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

the front-facing camera and earpiece speaker reside on the front panel assembly.
We pull them out and line them up for inspection.


Step7

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

This metal plate and the front panel assembly it covers are perfect examples. The design mirrors that of the iPhone 6 Plus, which in this case is a definite improvement.


Step8

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

We love these battery pull tabs. Pulled correctly, they'll save you the hassle (and potential hazard) of coaxing the battery out with a pry tool.
This adhesive is similar to a 3M Command adhesive, and when you pull the tab correctly it shears the entire strip off.


Step9

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

The rear-facing camera is easily removed with a pair of tweezers.


Step10

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

We tweeze out antennas faster than you can remove punny parts from a buzzing board game.
We master the operation and quickly move on.
Up next is the logic board. While it's quite elegantly dressed in its EMI shields, we want to see what lies beneath the veil.


Step11

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

Vibrator mechanisms seem to be one of those choices like Coke or Pepsi where there is never a clear answer. Apple keeps changing this part's design:
iPhone 4 (counterweight)
iPhone 4S (linear oscillating)
iPhone 5/5s (counterweight)


Step12

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

sporting a new design for the speaker assembly.


Step13

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

We now pronounce you headphone jack and Lightning connector. Two have now become one assembly, residing on a single cable.
This new unity means that you can't replace one without the other—which is bad news if you have malfunctioning ports.


Step14

iPhone teardown

iPhone teardown

Tweezers simplify our lives. They allow us to peel up the delicate cable assemblies, such as those associated with power button and volume buttons, with ease.
Just like that, the button assemblies are out of their iPhone shell.


Step15

iPhone teardown
That's all folks. The iPhone 6 earned a respectable seven out of ten.


Step16

iPhone frame


Paste the above components on the iphone paper. If you are using B6000 glue, you need to place it horizontally for 2-24 hours before framing the disassembled phone.

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We are passionate about environmental protection and we're donating 0.5% of your purchase to NGOs like Nature Conservancy, Ocean Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, and Greenpeace Foundation... We also provide templates and DIY tutorials for any products we sell. We hope everyone can turn their old mobile phones into artwork.

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