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This trick can get you headphone jack on your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
This trick can get you headphone jack on your iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
The 3.5mm headphone jack is a decades-old standard on all sorts of audio-transmitting gadgets, so lots of our devices—including our cars—are made to accommodate them. But now Apple is getting rid of that ubiquitous jack on their iPhone 7, and that’s a big deal. Here’s what that means for your car’s audio system.




One of the major downsides of Apple’s decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack is that it leaves only a single port for both charging and audio output, which is a big pen for those who use to talk while charging their phone or listen to their favourite music while charging.



Before we start, we would like to make it clear that, we are not responsible for any damage that is made to your device by doing the drill. This Post is just to inform our reader that the video posted on the YouTube is just a prank, which is cause harm to many users iPhone, and we are making people aware of it.




A prankster on YouTube posted a video on how to drill a "headphone jack" into an iPhone 7. The problem here is that people actually believe it!

A video posted on TechRax called ‘Secret Hack to Getting Headphone Jack on the iPhone 7’. The description reads, “This video is for those who don't want to get $159 wireless AirPods or have to insert your headphones into an adapter every time you listen to music.”




However, this video is only a joke. It merely mocks Apple after it released the new-generation iPhone with wireless headphones instead of a headphone jack.

Sadly, people over the Internet have taken this prank, seriously. The video has been 8 million times, at the time of writing. Comments show angry YouTubers drilling holes into their iPhones, rendering it useless.

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