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Current version by Eric Essen (vote details),

Title:

I don't have your standard Phillips 00 screws on the bottom

Text:

So, I know this question has been asked on here, but since it was answered (about one month ago) I was just wondering if there is '''ANY FIVE-POINTED SECURITY APPLE SCREWDRIVERS''' that have been made, or outed for a consumer to buy. This obviously is a major set back because i cannot enter the device, and the answer provided in the most relevant post was not beneficial to me, because I do not feel justified to get a flathead screwdriver and jam it into these screws and ruin them.

I know that it's a 5-point bit, i just need to know the size... If anyone knows, that'd be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Zach

Device:

iPhone 4

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

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Edit by ztm000,

Title:

I don't have your standard Phillips 00 screws on the bottom

Text:

So, I know this question has been asked on here, but since it was answered (about one month ago) I was just wondering if there is '''ANY FIVE-POINTED SECURITY APPLE SCREWDRIVERS''' that have been made, or outed for a consumer to buy. This obviously is a major set back because i cannot enter the device, and the answer provided in the most relevant post was not beneficial to me, because I do not feel justified to get a flathead screwdriver and jam it into these screws and ruin them.
And also, what is this head/bit called?I know that it's a 5-point bit, i just need to know the size... If anyone knows, that'd be greatly appreciated.
And also, what is this head/bit called?I know that it's a 5-point bit, i just need to know the size... If anyone knows, that'd be greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
Zach

Device:

iPhone 4

Status:

open

Original post by ztm000,

Title:

I don't have your standard Phillips 00 screws on the bottom

Text:

So, I know this question has been asked on here, but since it was answered (about one month ago) I was just wondering if there is '''ANY FIVE-POINTED SECURITY APPLE SCREWDRIVERS''' that have been made, or outed for a consumer to buy. This obviously is a major set back because i cannot enter the device, and the answer provided in the most relevant post was not beneficial to me, because I do not feel justified to get a flathead screwdriver and jam it into these screws and ruin them.

And also, what is this head/bit called?

Thank you,

Zach

Device:

iPhone 4

Status:

open