Introduction: Hacked IPhone Birthday Cake

Picture of Hacked IPhone Birthday Cake

I made this cake for my husbands 27th birthday.  He's a HUGE Apple fanatic and at the time we both had jailbroken iPhones on the TMobile network... So I made this cake to replicate his phone.
The date = his age.

Needless to say he loved it and didn't want to cut into it.
Inside was vanilla cake with vanilla custard & fresh strawberry filling.

Made entirely on my own using fondant on the outside to create the icons and phone.

Comments

JHK (author)2011-03-06

there is no such thing as jailbreaking on the t-mobile network. I think you mean unlocking. Jailbreaking means u can use cool tweaks on your iphone and unlocking means you can change the network from att

account3r2 (author)JHK2011-03-15

Don't you have to jailbreak to unlock?

dombeef (author)account3r22011-03-17

Yes, i think, or it comes with jailbreaking

VanessitaS (author)JHK2011-03-06

Thanks JHK for the breakdown. It was both jailbroken AND unlocked. we used our iPhones on the Tmo network AND were able to customize our phones.

chilll2009 (author)2011-03-15

"happy hacking to you, happy hacking to you... XD"

angelabchua (author)2011-03-04

That is awesome! How did you get the fondant that true black? Did it come pre colored? or did you tint yourself? I havent had good luck getting fondant to a true black, its always sort of grayish.

this is an awesome idea! I have some friends that work at Apple and i think they would appreciate an iphone cake!

VanessitaS (author)angelabchua2011-03-06

Thanks everyone for the comments! :)

Angela- I actually bought it brown and tinted it black. It took lots of food coloring. Black fondant is really a pain! :)

mstyle183 (author)2011-03-01

wow i saw this in my RSS feed.. this is freaking awesome.. and it tasted great!!

canida (author)2011-03-01

That's so cool! Fantastic work. I wouldn't want to cut into it either. ;)