The ultimate iPhone unboxing and setup gallery

The ultimate iPhone unboxing and setup gallery

Summary: Before cracking open the iPhone, TechRepublic took 67 photos of the process of unboxing and doing the initial setup for the iPhone. Here is our soup-to-nuts look at the entire process.

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  • by Jason Hiner

    Along with many other technophiles and mobile phone lovers, I waited in line on June 29 in order to purchase an Apple iPhone. I bought an 8 GB model for TechRepublic to use in testing. Of course, we will be publishing a "Cracking Open" gallery, just as we have with the Nintendo Wii, the Xbox 360, and many other products.

    However, before cracking open the iPhone, we took 67 photos of the process of unboxing and doing the initial setup for the iPhone. Here is our soup-to-nuts look at the entire process.

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  • Instead of bluring a phone number,

    you might want to consider blocking out the phone number just by going into Windows Paint, select the rectangle (fill), and cover up the phone number. I could barely read the last 7 digits of your phone number, especially the 3, 4, 7, and 1 (just to mix the numbers up in different order).
    Grayson Peddie
  • Very descriptive and informative

    Just as if I had it on my desk! Thanks!
    dwtinfo@...
  • Set up gallery

    Is this image on the laptop or the iPhone?
    clif@...
  • Sounds and looks like a rip off to me.

    Sounds and looks like a rip off to me.
    ben.rattigan