iPhone X deconstructed and turned into must-have Apple wall art
The iPhone X was undoubtedly one of Apple’s most important iPhone releases in history. Making its debut in 2017, the iPhone X was Apple’s flagship 10th anniversary iPhone featuring an edge-to-edge display, Face ID, no Home button, wireless inductive charging and so much more.
Grid Studio has created the ultimate collection of must-have pieces for anyone with a love for Apple by carefully disassembling classic and monumental products, including the iPhone X, and turning them into incredible wall decorations, with a wide range of historic deconstructed Apple products to explore including the original iPhone and first-generation Apple Watch.
The GRID® X, the company’s name for the deconstructed iPhone X wall art shows off each original component mapped out with labels, creating truly fascinating decorations for any Apple enthusiast’s home or office. – See more.
Available on sale now with $30 off for a limited time only, the Grid® X is the perfect piece to hang in a home office or study. Up close you can see each individual part of the once-working iPhone X, with the detailed logic board including the Front Camera, Taptic Engine, Lightning Connector, and more.
The company offers international shipping and 10% off your first purchase when signing up to the mailing list online.
Last year, The Apple Post received the Grid Studio GRID® 4 frame, which features a black iPhone 4 laid out in all its glory on a white backdrop – showing everything from the 3.5-inch multi-touch display through to the device’s rounded volume buttons, A4 chip, 30-pin connector, main board, and classic Home button. See our full hands-on with the GRID® 4 frame here.
Grid Studio has a lot more on offer than just Apple devices. The company also makes frames for the super-retro Game Boy, Sony PSP, Google Pixel, and more. You can see the full range online here.