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10 neat things you can do with your iPhone

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Ten years ago today, Apple introduced the world to the iPhone. So to celebrate a decade of the technology, Sudbury.com has made a list of 10 neat things you can do with your iPhone.

Ten years ago today, Apple introduced the world to the iPhone. So to celebrate a decade of the technology that's replaced our computers, alarm clocks, flashlights, cameras and even credit cards, Sudbury.com has made a list of 10 neat things you can do with your iPhone.

1. Make a hologram projector:

Check out Sudbury.com's tutorial video to learn how you can transform your smartphone, iPad or tablet into your own personal hologram projector!

2. Shocking trick:

We don't know how it works or why you would want to purposely inflict pain on yourself but if you draw a black square on your skin, press the camera directly onto it and take a photo with the flash on you will definitely feel something - trust us, we've tried it! 

3. Create a microscope:

Ever wonder what earwax looks like up close? Gross Science shows you how to turn your iPhone into a microscope using a some pieces of a laser pointer, poster tack and a flashlight.

4. Make a VR headset out of cardboard:

Who knew!

5. DIY boom box:

Pump up the volume with a toilet paper roll and two plastic cups!

6. Make a home projector for your phone:

Did you know you can turn an old shoebox and some office supplies into a Smartphone Projector? Yes you can! 

7. Use old phone as security camera

Create home security cameras utilizing an old iPhone or iPad. 

8. Turn your phone into a thermal camera:

Now you can see what your life looks like in thermal!

9. Build your own laser pointer:

With parts from an old DVD player and a 3.5mm jack you can transform your iPhone into a laser pointer.

10. Blend it? Seriously, do not try this at home:

The iPhone 6 Plus didn't stand a chance against this powerful Blentec blender. Do not try this at home!


Heather Green-Oliver

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