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This is the first and only completely accurate Apple iPhone 4. It was constructed from actual dimensions, not from pre-release leaked images. This model is accurately built to 1/64” precision from real dimensions and detailed to be photorealistic. DWG file will import flawlessly into Solidworks. The model is built perfectly to Apple's published dimensions and all details are meticulously measured from an actual product. The scene includes all necessary materials and textures.
Included in the downloadable .zip file is the fully modeled iPhone & earphones (with inline remote) with straight cords (bendable) placed in scene as shown. Precisely detailed, the layout of all ports is extremely accurate. The symbols, fully modeled ports (SIM, iPod dock, speakers, screws, volume, home, sleep button, stereo mini jack, etc.), polycarbonate covers, Apple logo, and text, and all other objects are accurately built for close up shots (not textures) and for a strikingly realistic model. Curves are 100% accurate to the real phone. The model is completely accurate down to the exact placement of the ports, switches, and buttons. Both color options for the back are provided - black & white. All layers and textures are individually labeled and separated for easy editing if preferred. Final model is grouped together for ease of positioning. This model was painstakingly created to contain a high level of precision & accuracy. Preview thumbnails to view meticulous detail.
+ Original model created in 3D Studio Max. + Other file formats made with Deep Exploration. + Max, 3ds, lwo, obj, skp, fbx - Materials and textures are included. + Dwg, dxf, 3dm - Texture maps supplied / materials are not included. + Basic lighting scene & cameras provided + Setup to render with mental ray / standard materials + See below to download high-resolution preview images. + The above renderings were never photo-edited.