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Someone created a fully functional custom iPhone with USB-C port, Touch ID, and no notch!

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Aio Technology created a fully-functioning iPhone that has a USB-C port, a pop-up selfie camera, Touch ID, and others.
Someone created a fully functional custom iPhone with USB-C port, Touch ID, and no notch!
"New iPhone" (Screenshot from Aio Technology YouTube channel)

The killer chip from iPhone combined with interesting features

The Chinese DIY Electronics YouTuber integrated the alterations with the same Apple A15 Bionic SoC with 5G connectivity found on the iPhone 13 series. This means that even though he made a lot of revisions to the features,  performance was not compromised. 

For the project, the creator explained that he had to purchase the latest generation of the iPhone SE (2022) which was equipped with a 4.7-inch display and 5G processor. 

To recall, the iPhone SE (2022) sports a 4.7-inch Retina display with HD+ resolution with a wide color display (P3), Haptic Touch, and 650 nits max brightness, oleophobic coating. It also has the classic circular fingerprint scanner/home button at the bottom of the display dubbed Touch ID.

In the video, he molded a rectangular aluminum casing with minimal bezels for the LCD display panel to fit in. The purpose is to achieve a truly bezel-less iPhone. It now features a flat-screen non-curved display that has top, left, and right side bezels almost as thin as 1mm.

Since there was no space left on the home screen for Touch ID, the creator chose to embed the fingerprint sensor into the side-mounted power button. There was no room left for the selfie camera as well so he attached a pop-up motor mechanism.

For the battery, he had swapped out the iPhone SE 3's battery for the larger capacity one on the iPhone X and the lightning port for a USB-C port. 

Lastly, the man on the video still managed to fit a 3.5mm headphone jack and wireless charging into the "new iPhone".

Sad to say, this "New iPhone" is only a concept and it probably won't be launched in the market by Apple.

What do you guys think?

Via: GizmoChina

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