Forget "weighting" in line, thanks to Kevin Corrigan from Rowan, if you're already all "Appled Up" with a little duct tape there's no need to "weight" in line.
iPhones are expensive. I can't afford one. Even if I could, I wouldn't want to wait in line for days just to get one. Instead, I figured out how to make my own iPhone. It only takes a couple of common household objects and three simple steps. iPhones even make great gifts! Remember, the most meaningful iPhone is the one you make yourself.
Here are the materials you're gonna need:
1 Digital Camera
1 Cell phone
Duct tape (some)
iPhones are basically iPods you can use as a phone, so start by taping your iPod Nano to your cell phone. Be sure not to tape the phone shut when you do this.
Take your new iPod phone and tape it firmly to your laptop. Now you can use revolutionary Apple applications, like iCal and iWork, anywhere you bring your phone.
Your almost finished, but don't forget about your iPhone's 2.0 megapixel digital camera. Take that and tape it to your laptop, too.
Congratulations! You now own your very own iPhone, and it only cost $1,700. You're on the cutting edge of technology and design. Just slip your new portable wonder into your pocket and you're ready to go.
Charging your iPhone
Just replace the batteries in your iPhones digital camera, plug the phone into it's wall adapter, plug the iPod into the laptop using the supplied USB cable, and plug your Laptop into the wall. Allow to charge for several hours, and be sure to check each individual device's battery meter before unplugging.
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