iPhone users are Drilling Holes to ‘Make a workable Headphone Jack’
Are you willing to know the secret hack to get headphone jack on the new iPhone 7? You can do it yourself but at your own risk. Don’t spend an amount to purchase wireless Airpods for your latest iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. Save yourself some extra bucks. It will provide you a friendly experience as you won’t be having a need to plug your headphones into an adapter every time you want to listen to your favorite music.
The question knocking at your mind right now is about the possible solution. Keep it simple, the ultimate solution lies in drilling a headphone jack right into iPhone 7. Drilling machine can fix this problem for you.
You might be asking, ‘Are you nuts?’ And the answer is ‘YES.’ Well, recently a prankster posted a video on YouTube about how to get a headphone jack into an iPhone 7. This video, published on September 17, 2016, went viral in a very short span of time. Afterwards, this video was posted on TechRax having a title name ‘Secret Hack to Get Headphone Jack in the iPhone 7.’
However, this video was complete insanity for some of the viewers. Some consider it as a lame joke. Don’t even think of ruining your new iPhone by attempting this technique. Again, it’s just a Prank that went viral on YouTube. The intention behind making this video was to mock Apple as it launched the next-generation iPhone earlier in September at its official event. Apple’s latest iPhone 7 ditches Old-Style Headphone Socket with much more features on-board.
Warning: People are considering this video on a serious note to make a headphone jack by drilling one right into their iPhones. This video is viewed 14,400,068 times or fourteen million, four hundred thousand, sixty-eight times as I’m writing about it for now. If you want to check out the regrets and slangs offered by people after drilling a hole and successfully installing a new headphone jack, you can go through the comments section of this video. This story will definitely make your day after reading hilarious comments by users.
So, are you ready to save an extra amount of $159 by drilling a hole to your iPhone or would you consider to make a sensible decision to purchase a pair of wireless Airpods, specially designed by Apple?