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Someone Drilled a Headphone Jack Into Their iPhone 7 [Video]

Someone Drilled a Headphone Jack Into Their iPhone 7 [Video]

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With Apple's controversial decision to remove the headphone jack in the iPhone 7, it was just a matter of time until someone took a drill to the device.

TechRax posted a video of the 'hack' to YouTube:

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.

Did the iPhone 7 survive? Take a look below...

DAC general - April 14, 2017 at 5:44pm
i DO CARE ABOUT THIS.... HEADPHONES 6s----bass sound pretty good what im used to a bass filled but not too bad earbud doesnt make ears hurt on highs ear drum not clicking HEADPHONES 7--- bass is there but not as pronounced idk why but immediatly noticed this and wa slike hey whaaaa?? the mids and overall fidelity sounds better i admit but with it is added tinnyness and idk why the redux in bass deepness it seems but they sound like they got more hi fi and less dynamic range thru mids and lows -- idk its loud without crackling my ear drum also but it buggs me that i nearly have lost all my punchyness background to my bass now id rather take back the old headphones kinda in a way and use those on the adapter but really.. shit i think i liked the tones of the 6s headjack but yes yes yes i know fidelity isnt there as much on 6s -- and i do think the ldac and sony x33 speaker sounds better on the 7 then on bt over the 6s but idk for sure im starting to get angry at Dac's in general now damn YOU dac's
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nizarghosn - September 28, 2016 at 6:28am
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Lee - September 27, 2016 at 8:43am
How can anyone be so gullible???!
JB - September 27, 2016 at 6:34am
The point is the jack most likely could have remained in the same spot. They wanted to the sell the adapter , and potentially increase the water Retention . Water damage is still not covered under the warranty I believe, so the removal of the jack was pointless it appears. What good is a water ip7 or what ever it is then . Many cars do not have Bluetooth,and many have a headphone jack they plug there devices into. Was to sell the adapter, wireless headphones would have worked regardless.
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