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Gutsy genius shows how he made his iPhone 7 a legit headphone jack


Love your iPhone 7, but wish it had a headphone jack? Guess what, you can totally add one — all it takes is some serious technical know how and a willingness to possibly destroy your phone in the process. 

That’s at least according to one noted tinkerer, who figured out a way to install a working headphone jack inside of his iPhone 7. And no, he didn’t just drill a hole through it (please don’t do that). 

Instead, Scotty Allen of Strange Parts took apart a used iPhone 7 and actually connected a headphone jack to the phone’s circuitry. The process was super involved, and, as his 33-minute video demonstrating the work makes clear, definitely painstaking.  Read more…

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