The first iPhone, released back in 2010, was a masterpiece of engineering.

Its display was the best ever and its user interface was sublime, to say the least.

However, this was the Apple of a different era, and it’s a time where there’s a lot of demand for affordable smartphone accessories.

We’ve covered several iPhone accessories for years, but the iPhone 5s and 5c were notable because they were the first iPhones to come with a 3D printer built into the phone itself.

A $200 iPhone accessory is a lot to ask for, but with 3D printing coming to the masses, a cheaper option is always on the table.

The iPhone 5c comes in two flavors: the $200 version and the $300 version, both of which are compatible with 3DPrint.

The $300 iPhone 5 has a more robust design and is available with either an aluminum or carbon fiber body.

The aluminum version is a little heavier and more expensive, but you get a slightly bigger battery.

The new $300 3D printable iPhone 5 is available for preorder right now for $349, while the $500 version costs $399 and is compatible with both 3DPrash and PLA (PLA is a cheaper alternative to ABS).

The difference between the two is that the $400 model is a bit more expensive than the $299 iPhone 5 and is sold for $649, while $400 versions of the iPhone have a slightly cheaper price tag but have a built-in charger.

Here’s what you need to know to make a 3DP printable version of the Apple iPhone 5.