IPhone 4 Disassambly Filmed With HD Stop Motion Is Cool [Video]

Posted: Jul 7 2010, 1:28am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:15am CDT, in News | Apple

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We have seen the inside of the iPhone 4 before it even was unveiled, but we never have seen it this cool.
Repair shop TechRestore published an iPhone 4 disassembly video using stop motion technique known from animated puppet movies like Wallis and Wallace and Gromit.
This filming technique is a lot of work. TechRestore used 1,784 HD photos to create the iPhone 4 video you can watch below. Currently the video has 90,000 views, if it goes full viral than the effort paid off for TechRestore.

The video shows every detail of construction, from packaging, down to the chips on the logic-board.
See also the TechRestore blog. Via 9 to 5 Mac.

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