Apple iPhone 14 rear case is replaced with a transparent glass panel

Apple’s iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus adopt a more maintenance-friendly design, with a removable back glass panel, making it easier for users to make after-sales modifications to the device. Now someone has modified the iPhone 14, replacing the rear case with a transparent glass panel, allowing you to see the various parts inside the device.

The battery, wireless charging coil, motherboard, Taptic Engine, Lightning port, and other components can be seen from the transparent glass back, and the modified iPhone 14 even has a custom rear camera housing with a matte finish.

This photo of the modified iPhone 14 appeared on Twitter today, but its original source has not been determined.

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are the first models since the iPhone 4S to easily remove the back glass, and there may be many colorful transparent backs for enthusiasts to follow, just like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S days.

According to internal documents obtained by MacRumors, there may be some problems with private modification, because Apple requires technicians to complete the "system configuration" after replacing the back glass of the iPhone 14. It is not clear what this "system configuration" is, if not It is also unknown what the consequences of this operation will be.

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