My simple tip to speed up iphone 4! (techcraft)

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  1. macrumors regular

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    hi im haruhi. i paractice a special craft it is like witchcraft but good, it is called techcraft. it is testing up new ideas for technology but with herbs and mixtures and cook, its very fun and tho little-known it is very very good.
    the techcraft piece i show you today is a little tip to speed up iphone 4.
    Egg Coat
    We all know that egg is a natural soruce of energy. here is a way to speed up your iphone 4.

    1. make scrambled eggs, then stick a small lot of them in the freezer. leave them there for 30mins.
    2. take them out and coat the egg with as much vinegar as poss.
    3. mash the egg and vinegar until it is a thick substance.
    4. get an ice tray, fill the little ice hole up 3/4 the way with egg. then put water in the final quarter. make as many as possible.
    6. get some bandaids. stick one bandaid on the bit of your iphone where it says like the copyright small print.
    5. after leaving them in over night, take one of them out, leaving the others to not melt.
    6. put the eggice over the bandaid and let it melt.

    YOUR IPHONE SHOULD NOW BE 75% FASTER FOR THE NEXT FEW HOURS.
    I was pretty amazed, it sound ridiculous. but its not.
     
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    seems like it might work, I'll try and report back.
     
  4. macrumors 65816

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    I heard this only works when you pour the vinegar on your iPhone.... try that and see if the affects last longer.
     
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    I just hope some desperate newbie doesn't go ahead and try this.
     
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    If you first play an OpenGL game on the iPhone for about 10 minutes, it will heat up enough where you could probably scramble the egg directly on the iPhone back.
     
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    sanPietro98 could be true but the whole point of the ice is it cools the processor and the egg energerses it
     
  11. macrumors G5

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    I'm going to try this - but you aren't clear in your instructions...

    What kind of egg? Chicken? Quail? Beluga?

    If a chicken egg - do you use normal eggs, xl, brown, or?

    Do you scramble them with PAM, butter, margarine?

    Normally I use a little milk in my scrambled eggs because it makes them fluffier - is this not advised?

    I also sometimes add a little salt and pepper. What are your thoughts?
     
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    i add honey to my scrambled eggs. they tasty better and are fluffier too. add some salt and a hint of pepper. i use my uncles eggs from his farm. xxl fresh from the farm, not chemicals or cleaning agents applied. (once an egg had a feather stuck to it still. another time i got 3 yokes from 1 egg. got a picture of it too.)
     
  13. macrumors regular

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    Does anyone else really have a hankering for eggs and bacon right now?
     
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    No problem; Apple products don't get viruses.
     
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    If you also try adding a little half and half milk to the egg mixture, it speeds up the phone by an additional 4.86%. I know it doesn't seem like much but you're sacrificing a little to gain a lot. My mixture is sitting in my icebox right now so I'll report back my official report later on.
     
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    Yep.....with fried bread, sausages, mushrooms, black pudding, baked beans and a nice cup of tea.

    :D
     
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    I seriously want to see a pic of those yolks.
     
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    If you add a few drops of echinacea to the mixture, it will add another 5%.;)
     
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    If you coat the entire metal band around the iphone with egg whites three times it also solves the antenna issue.
     
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    I second this request.
     
  22. macrumors 6502

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    there you go.
     

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  23. macrumors G5

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    but really - that could just be three eggs in the pan.. no way for us to confirm ;)
     
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    stopped reading right there...

    don't wanna read the rest because i know it's stupid, and definitely doesn't make your phone faster.
     
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