With a case that looks just like the iPhone itself, and one that’s basically just a big mold, why would you want to do anything else?
We spoke to a number of iPhone developers to find out, including a couple who have had success with molding the iPhone case from scratch.
And if you want an even simpler, faster, cheaper way to do it, here’s how to do that without a whole lot of fuss.
First, get the mold ready for the mold.
I used a mold kit, but it’s not a bad choice if you’re only going to do one mold at a time.
I just wanted to get the job done, so I picked up a few old cases from my garage and made a few small ones.
If you want a bigger one, it might be best to buy a bigger mold kit.
The biggest difference between this and my first mold is the way I use the mold to hold the mold in place.
The mold has two sides.
The bottom is made of a hard, plastic that looks like a thin layer of plastic.
The sides are made of an acrylic resin.
This resin acts like a glue that holds the sides in place, while also allowing the mold some movement.
That means the sides can be pushed and pulled without any issues.
Next, I put the case together.
It’s the first thing I do when I get the case out of the box, so let’s take a look at that first step.
First thing to do is open up the plastic.
You’ll need a flat surface to work on.
I like to use a kitchen countertop because it’s easy to clean and the sides look good from a distance.
Make sure to leave the sides clean, as they can be a bit messy.
I’ve found that a plastic box works really well, as the plastic will stick to it when you cut.
Next, remove the top and bottom from the mold and cut the acrylic resin from it.
I cut the first side off at about a 3/8-inch diameter, then put a 1/4-inch piece of plastic underneath to hold it in place while I cut it.
The plastic will be slightly thinner, so it should be fairly even.
I’m just going to cut it out and get a ruler to make sure it’s a straight line.
Once you’ve cut out the first half of the plastic, you can cut the plastic into a square shape by using a sharp knife.
Once you’ve made the shape, you’ll need to cut out two sides of the square, one for each side of the case.
Use a ruler or a measuring tape to make a mark on the plastic at the mark you made.
You can use a piece of paper to make an outline of the shape to work from, or use a tape measure to make the outline.
When you’re ready to put it all together, take the two sides that are the same length and fold them over the side you cut off, making sure to make one long end.
Then, cut the middle out of one side and the side that was cut off to the opposite side, making a rectangle.
If the shape is still a bit off, cut out more of the rectangle.
The next step is to put the rectangle into the mold, and place it in the mold with the sides and sides of both halves facing up.
You may have to push the sides of each half together, but once you’re done, it should fit snugly.
Now that you’ve done that, put the entire thing back together.
I put everything back in the case and it fits really nicely.
I was a bit worried about it falling off the sides while I was working, but I was right.
The top of the phone will slide right in, and I was able to get it to sit in my pocket.
The corners are all nice and round.
It works well.
The only thing I’m concerned about is the back, which is made up of a little piece of the back.
I think it might get bent a little, but otherwise it’s all good.
I love the back on the iPhone X, so you can’t go wrong with this mold.
It just looks nicer.
Next up, the next step in this process is to seal the iPhone inside.
There are two methods for doing this.
First, you could use silicone or some other kind of adhesive.
The silicone that we used had a plastic backing that was actually sticky enough to get into your pocket.
It didn’t stick to the back of the iPhone, and it didn’t feel very solid, so we used the adhesive that was available.
It was kind of messy, but we got a good seal and it worked fine.
Second, you might use a silicone sealant.
A silicone sealer will not only stick to your phone, but will also seal the back as well.
I prefer to stick the