Cracked iPhone

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    1. grybold2 [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

      Why did you guys do this? What was your motive?

    2. pheezy 69 months ago | reply

      Love this. As seen on core77.

    3. magerleagues 69 months ago | reply

      Hey, it was already destroyed before we destroyed it :)

    4. scottmccollom 69 months ago | reply

      I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.

    5. nathanking 69 months ago | reply

      lovely. i broke my 1st gen iPhone, but it wasn't as pretty. kudos.

    6. themadhiker 69 months ago | reply

      this reminds me of looking at pictures on back in the day

    7. dhunwick1 69 months ago | reply

      Wow, what a prime example of jackasses rewarded for being jackasses. If you have any more money to throw away please pass it along to me.

    8. 1DMKIII 69 months ago | reply

      ^^ dude - no need to call names... it's only a phone and it aint yours. just look at the pictures and enjoy or be glad it's not your iphone (if you have one!)

      to the OP - what happened to the phone?

    9. magerleagues 69 months ago | reply

      It was a test unit

    10. DBarefoot 69 months ago | reply

      FYI, I used this image in a blog post about busted computers: [blog_putplace_com]

    11. Toughboy 67 months ago | reply

      every time an iPhone glass cracks, a kitten dies :'(

    12. Kim Hjalmarsson 59 months ago | reply

      Horrible. But still so beautiful even when smashed.

    13. cyberpunkdreams 58 months ago | reply

      Yep, that's about all they're good for ;).

    14. Rue89 11 months ago | reply

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