iFixit offers free iPhone Liberation Kits

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With a nod to Independence Day, iFixit is giving away 10,000 iPhone Liberation Kits for free.

iFixit is a wiki-based site that teaches people how to fix things. Anyone can create a repair manual for a device. They also sell tools to help people get into and fix the devices.

The bottom of an iPhone includes two tiny, five-point screws. The pentalobe screw is a proprietary screw developed by Apple. The iPhone Liberation Kit gives you the tools needed to swap the pentalobe screws with standard Phillips screws.

The free kits are first-come, first-serve. For your free kit, visit iFixit.com/LiberationWeek.

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