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Any glues or other adhesives needed to be reapplied during the installation process? Just curious - I have done custom kits on other devices, and usually there's some type of...
05-01-2011, 06:42 PM #21
Any glues or other adhesives needed to be reapplied during the installation process? Just curious - I have done custom kits on other devices, and usually there's some type of adhesive or double sided tape application that has to be done - and is a real pain in the ***.
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05-04-2011, 06:06 AM #22
Nope, no glue no adhesives at all. Very simple.
05-06-2011, 08:42 AM #23
How about the oleophobic coating.
ALL parts gone trough my hands where not coated, how about yours?
05-09-2011, 07:23 AM #24
to be totally honest i have no idea. The minute i took out the parts I put on my screen protector. I didn't even think to check because i have always used a screen protector.
05-09-2011, 08:20 AM #25
awesome review im definitely going to look into this!
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05-09-2011, 08:35 AM #26
05-09-2011, 09:02 PM #27
What I can now also offer, is the official White iPhone 4 kit as seen on the new White iPhone 4.
It's full OEM, Original and Official.
The kit which has been floating around for the past 6 or so months is still available and honestly, there's very little difference in quality.
The Grade A kit is an amaaaaaazing kit and has been sported by the likes of Joshua Topolsky (Engadget), Ars Technica and even Steve Wozniak.
Although I have down-graded this kit to "Grade A", it's still the best White kit you'll find on the Market!
Both the Grade A & OEM kit have Retina Displays, LED flash diffusers etc.
The main difference is just like the Official White iPhone 4, the OEM kit is .2mm thicker and has a black proximity sensor.
Slightly more expensive, but the real deal!
Here's a link to a previous review (Grade A White Kit - OEM review coming soon!)
And also a photo stream an price list
iPhone 4 White Kit (Grade A) Review:
My New OEM White Conversion
iPhone 4 White Kit (Grade A) & Black Midplate Review:
My Review for my OEM White iPhone 4 Conversion + BLACK Midplate
iPhone 4 White Kit (Grade A) Photo Stream:
Dr.miPhone Price Guide 2011:
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05-14-2011, 08:35 AM #29