[click on the pic for a larger version] Here’s a trick that has really piqued my interest: Slashgear (via @lgreenberg) just reported on a way to de-brand your iPhone’s back and remove any scratches to the casing at the same time. The de-branding is actually a byproduct of the scratch removal process (buffing the back […]
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Care to de-brand your iPhone while you polish it?

[click on the pic for a larger version]

Here’s a trick that has really piqued my interest: Slashgear (via @lgreenberg) just reported on a way to de-brand your iPhone’s back and remove any scratches to the casing at the same time. The de-branding is actually a byproduct of the scratch removal process (buffing the back of the phone), but it still looks really bloody cool. Embarking on this very shiny journey will remove your device ID text from the back of the phone, though, so this is best done with a device that’s already well out of warranty or bought on the cheap.

I took a look at the original guide over on hacknmod, but there aren’t many other pictures of the buffed device aside from the one seen above. It does look a lot glossier than an iPhone fresh out of the box, although I wonder if it still scratches as easily.

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