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gTool PanelPress Unbends iPhone 6/6 Plus

by Lambert Varias
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Did you accidentally bend your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? Don’t throw it away just yet. Your local repair shop just might be able to do something about it with the help of the PanelPress, a specialized pair of clamps from gTool that lets you slowly bend the phone back (or at least close to) its original shape. If on the other hand you intentionally bent your phone to “test” its durability, I hope your local repair shop never gets a PanelPress.

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The clamps should also work with the iPhone 5 and 5S in addition to the newest models. Check out the video to see how the PanelPress is used.

I don’t think it can perfectly straighten bent iPhones, but it’s still better than nothing. Update: As Grace mentioned in the comments, the PanelPress is available exclusively through eTech Parts for $300 (USD). Keep an eye on gTool’s resellers – one of which is the dependable iFixit – to see when the PanelPress will be in stock.

[via gTool via Geeky Gadgets]

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