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    Robin
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    After watching this video fully, you will see how passionate he is in chasing and completing the job he took. An american engineer named Scotty Allen built his own iPhone 6S – 16GB model with the parts he purchased from China. He assembled it very well at last (after lot of struggle) and built a working iPhone 6S.

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    You can read the full experience he share with the world in his recent blog post. He also published a video to show the world how he built his iPhone 6S with Parts bought in china.

    If you want to fast forward to the assembly part, go to 18:50 in the video. The first assembly failed due to faulty iphone logic board, but he managed to get refund for that and bought another perfectly working logic board. In his journey of building an iPhone 6S on his own, you can see its not easy and definitely not recommended for people who have no patience ;).

    After several trip to china, he very well know about the Cell Phone parts market in Shenzhen, China.

    By the end of his video, it is not possible to leave it without appreciating him for his continuous effort and passion towards completing what he wanted to do. It is really motivating and i felt like giving big claps for Scotty Allen for his efforts.

    Alright, so what do you think about his journey to the “building your own iPhone” ;). Feel free to share this post with your friends and followers. Have a wonderful day.

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