The new RED iPhone 7 looks absolutely amazing. I wish there was a black screen option. Luckily... I have an extra phone and some tools laying around, so I can build my own. This video shows the step by step method that I used to build my own black screen Product Red iPhone 7. Maybe Apple will be able to offer this version in the future. You will lose the water resistance if you do it yourself.
The main problem is the home button. Apple claims security is the main reason they wont allow home button swaps, but its pretty simple to cover up with a skin or sticker. Hopefully MKBHD will help us out with that.
Here is a FULL screen replacement video with more tips: https://youtu.be/hIs6vLdHHKI
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