Somebody used Minecraft to make an operational iPhone

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Minecraft might come across as nothing more than a 3D Lego simulator, but there is a whole lot more to the game. The tools within allow players to do a bunch of cool, yet completely unnecessary stuff. Somebody has put together a completely functional iPhone, because why the hell not?

YouTube user Shuffle has built what is arguably the worlds biggest digital iPhone. Seriously, it’s so big that he is forced to fly around just to operate it! I’d imagine the tools under the hood are what warranted the large design. Check it out (via Kotaku)

He’s done a great job (other than the fact that the phone doesn’t seem to bend, even with his insistent flying and landing on it). You can swipe to unlock, paint, listen to music, and even play games. All it needs now is some kind of Skype plugin which lets you make calls.

He isn’t English speaking, so I have no idea how long it took him to put the giant device together. It must have taken a very, very long time. I’ve put my Minecraft days behind me. I remember starting in the evening, and only going to bed once the birds were out and singing. This happened on a good few occasions. It is insanely addictive! A lot has been added to the game since then. I will not be going back for my own safety and humanity.

Last Updated: October 15, 2014

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