Apple might want to keep an eye on 8-year-old Patrick Sheehan. When dad Stephen wasn't finding the right stand for his 3G iPhone, Patrick stepped in to help design a colorful and creative solution--made of Legos.
The father-son pair from Halifax, Nova Scotia, conceived of the Lego iPhone stand several weeks ago, and Patrick brought it to life over the weekend, assembling about 40 Lego pieces of various sizes and colors in less than two hours. "He has a lot of projects and homework in Grade 3, so we had to put it off for a while," his dad said of the slight production delay. Dad helped Patrick create space for the phone cord so it could run underneath the base without disrupting the balance. Other than that, it is purely a Patrick Sheehan original.
Between this contraption and the pencil iPhone stand we showed you Monday, we're eager to see what our imaginative readers will come up with next.