People have destroyed their iPhone after this prank

 
People have destroyed their iPhone after this prank
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A prank video that gives instructions on how to drill a hole for a headphone jack in Apple's new iPhone 7 which comes without an earplug hole has gone viral, with some unfortunate people actually trying it.

One of the most significant news of Apple's new iPhone 7 is that it lacks the 3.5 mm headphone jack that has been on all previous models, and instead uses a wireless system.

As a reaction to it, the joker and YouTuber TechRax made an instructional video in which he claims to be able to drill a headphone jack in its new phone.

The clip has already been seen over 8.6 million times since it was published a week ago.

After putting his new matte black iPhone 7 in a vise, TechRax drills a 3.5 millimeter hole where the headphone jack sat on the previous models. He then plugs in the headphones and the phone seems to work, even though he had just drilled a hole in it.

For most people, who laughed at the video, it is obvious that you should not drill into any phone, but unfortunately some comments to the video suggest that not everyone understood that it is a joke, and actually tried it.



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