The white iPhone 4 is a mythical beast, as mysterious and elusive as a unicorn, or the Lock Ness Monster. There it sits on the official Apple online store iPhone page, taunting us all, an unobtainable object of desire. Anyone who can't bear to wait any longer for their white iPhone 4 could do worse than check out this useful feature on MacNewsWorld, which shows you how to make your own! Check out the full article for the complete breakdown, but you'll need a Phillips head screw driver and a plastic spudger, plus assorted parts, including a white back iPhone cover and white front glass, digitizer, and LCD assembly. Obviously, this is only for those who don't mind the risks involved in tinkering with the innards of their iPhone, and you should be sure to take note of all the important steps to remember as outlined in the step-by-step guide, especially the bit about grounding yourself, taking your time, and using quality parts. The rest of us will just have to keep waiting on the official one. Sigh.