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Make Your iPhone 4 Apple Logo At The Back Glow Like A Macbook

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A UK based iPhone repair company named iPatch has come up with an awesome mod that makes an iPhone 4’s rear Apple logo glow just like the one on a Macbook. According to the developer’s behind this brilliant mod i.e. Chris and Andy, the mod will be available in the market in less than a month and is expected to be priced around £100 (CAD 157).

iPatch claims that applying their glow modification does not change iPhone 4 functionality in any way while the rear glass appears completely original with no visible alterations. The modification time is also claimed to be less than an hour with no extra bulk added to the handset. For U.S. customers, there is also a special mail-in service:

For those of you in the U.S., iPatch offers a mail-in service that will allow you to send your iPhone over to the U.K. for modding, then they’ll ship it back. Though pricing for this service is yet to be confirmed.

This mod definitely looks stunning in the images above though the price might be a bit steep for some users. Nonetheless, who wouldn’t want an iPhone’s Apple logo to glow like Apple’s other products. The only question is, how much battery will it drain from Apple’s power hungry smartphone?

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  • Miso

    Waste of money…   while 98% of people in this world live in misery

  • Ryan

    Yeah, the battery drain is the biggest concern that came to my mind (other than the super-expensive price and voiding your iPhone’s warranty to install it). I’m guessing there would be no way to turn it off, either. Would they link it to the screen backlight so that it only turns on when your screen turns on? I’d hate to have it on all the time with no way to turn it off.

  • JfromK

    Waste of warranty and pentalobe screws 4 teh fun!

  • Brian

    You could apply this thought process to 98% of the crap you use, it’s all frivolous in relation to people that are living in misery. Don’t be all high and mighty.

  • Brian

    You could apply this thought process to 98% of the crap you use, it’s all frivolous in relation to people that are living in misery. Don’t be all high and mighty.

  • Zirak

    Well, they could just use the backlighting of the screen to “power” the logo

  • Mouss12

    Am I the first person to be more concerned about sending my iPhone overseas through the mail? Wouldn’t that take a few weeks to get back? Why would anyone want to be without their phone for that long for this feature (or any feature for the matter)?

  • Yup, definitely a concern. I’d wait to see if someone locally could do this first, or even attempting it yourself.

  • Yup, definitely a concern. I’d wait to see if someone locally could do this first, or even attempting it yourself.

  • Ex

    Or you send it and it doesn’t come back!

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