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[* black] LikeUnlike the iPhone 3G and 3GS, there are two proprietary silver [product|IF145-030|Phillips #000product|IF145-096|Pentalobe P2] screws at the bottom of the phone.
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Note: newerolder iPhone 4 handsets use 5-point "pentalobe"Phillips #000 screws instead, requiringinstead like the use of a special screwdriver3G and 3GS.
[* black] LikeUnlike the iPhone 3G and 3GS, there are two proprietary silver [product|IF145-030|Phillips #000product|IF145-096|Pentalobe P2] screws at the bottom of the phone.
[* black]
Note: newerolder iPhone 4 handsets use 5-point "pentalobe"Phillips #000 screws instead, requiringinstead like the use of a special screwdriver3G and 3GS.
[* black] In a departure from the design of the 3G and 3GS, removing the screws releases the rear case, not the front glass.
[* black] This design makes switching out the rear panel trivial, but unfortunately means that [[Topic:iPhone 4|replacing the iPhone 4 front panel]] will likely be rather challenging.