In Pictures: 15 fun and freaky iPhone mods

These modifications of various Apple mobile devices reflect impressive amounts of ingenuity, skill, and--in some instances--leisure time.

Hands-Free FaceTime



Do you wish you could do hands-free FaceTime videoconferencing? Well, now you can—if you’re crazy enough to follow the lead of the pranksters at YouTube channel DrCoolSex. First you attach an iPhone 4 to a shelving bracket, and then you tape that setup to a bicycle helmet. The resulting incredibly geeky contraption just might be crazy enough to work if you’re desperate for more FaceTime. Of course, FaceTime is available only when your phone is on Wi-Fi, so you might be hard pressed to find uses for your new get up. Check out DrCoolSex’s video on YouTube to see the ultimate DIY geek contraption for the iPhone 4.

Image source: YouTube.

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    The great thing about this one is that you can write with it too when you're done watching videos!

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