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iPhone 4 Antenna Kit

samzenpus posted more than 3 years ago | from the it-just-works dept.

Apple 4

An anonymous reader writes "A nice, stylish antenna kit for your iPhone. Just plug it into your Dock connector to give you top notch WiFi and cellular reception wherever you are."

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you know what they need to do (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#32892432)

they need to get one of them big ole pieces of sheet metal, no four of them, but with designs on them, see, and plexiglass, and - no make that six, you gotta have a top and a bottom, so they all go into this suitcase, right? And when you're standing in line at the fucking post office or shit, this is what you do. You take out the six pieces of sheet metal, and you assemble them into this tiny, miniature, phone booth. And then you scrunch, sit inside the phone booth. Which connects with the iPhone - yes, THE MINI PHONE BOOTH YOU'RE SITTING IN IS AN IPHONE ANTENNA!

Now do you see what I did there?

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