iPhone 7 Users Duped Into Drilling Hole In Their Phones For Headphone Jack

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iPhone Users Duped Into Drilling Hole In Their Phones For Headphone Jack
iPhone Users Duped Into Drilling Hole In Their Phones For Headphone Jack

You don’t wanna spend a lump on your wireless AirPods or insert the headphones into an adapter. So what do you do? You drill a headphone jack of your own. Do these iPhone users even have brains?



iPhone 7 Users Duped Into Drilling Hole In Their Phones For Headphone Jack

The big news related to iPhone 7 was the missing headphone jack which left many critics shocked. All those, who loved carrying their earphones along dearly missed this headphone jack and are now ready to go to any extent to have it back. While some considered this decision to be the downfall for the iPhone series, the sale was at its peak nonetheless. But now a video has emerged that guarantees the return of the headphone jack. And there is only one thing that these iPhone users have failed to understand. It was a prank!

This YouTube video by the title of ‘Secret hack to get headphone jack on the iPhone 7’ has gone viral to such an extent that it has received as many as 1.3 Million views in a very short span. This viral video by YouTube user TechRax shows him drilling a hole into his iPhone 7 but finally failing in his endeavor to produce music through the headphone (which none seem to have realized).

A comment below the video reads “technically this is the ultimate stupidity test that should not fool anyone”. Unfortunately, iPhone users have been duped with many of them losing their phones forever. Imperfect drilling (as if there is a way to perfect drilling into a phone) has caused many of the iPhone users to turn their phones into scrap by drilling way into the internals of the phone. One of the users, who had fallen prey to the prank, has even called it ‘the biggest mistake of his life’.

What, however, is baffling is the fact that some of the users, who failed to get their headphone jacks on their iPhone sets believe that they might have mistakenly used the wrong size drill. But that is not all, some users have tried the oh-so-perfect 3.5 mm drill to get the perfect headphone jack but only in vain.




Although the video by TechRax does not suggest that he is joking, those who watch his video are aware of his twisted sense of humour, especially when it comes to his stint with technology.

For those, who have already drilled their iPhone, we are sorry for you. This will certainly cost you another hole. This time in your pockets. Of Course there is no warranty once you drill a hole into your iPhones.

In another news, people have been frying their iPhones after a fake advertisement claiming that Microwave can charge the phones. What is wrong with people?



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