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All that platinum, diamonds, and glittery foo foo stuff won't improve the signal reception any.
"Yo, my iPhone got diamonds yo! Yeah but how many bars you got? Shut up!"
Originally Posted by JDMist3hFastar
I want a gold one SO bad. Dont care if its real gold or anything, I just want it to look like a shiny brick of gold haha
check with colorware.com they do iphones and other electronics. I'm not sure if they can replicate a nice gold though.
Id rather buy a ton of Apple stuff with that money and give my friends each an iPhone.
wouldn't want to get any scratches on that thing.
I went through about 4 cell phones this year and either of these would be a huge loss for me. imo a cell phone is a basic tool that someone should be able to afford to huck, chuck, throw or lose.
stupid price.. the platinum costs nowhere near that and be easy to cut.
and guess what your still gonna need a $20 cover, bc you know you dont wanna drop that shit
I've been seeing alot of people doing the luxury thing for their common phones now a days. I think it's a great thing people are expressing themselves this way. Those who can afford to that is. The ti iphone looks great nonetheless.
Originally Posted by artherd
I really liked my 2G iphone with the metal caseback. So much so that I skipped the 3G and only recently got a 3GS.
I feel like I took a step back.
This is a nice phone:
+1 the 3G iphone has the annoying slippery back that slides out of my pocket everytime i sit down