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September 12, 2017

iPhone Headphone Jack Hacked back into an iPhone 7

at 6:04 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Scotty from Strange Parts known for building his own iPhone has been busy with another iPhone project. As most people know the Apple iPhone got rid of the headphone jack and even though many people hate that decision it looks like Apple will not be bringing it back. After 4 months of designing and Scotty was finally able to replicate the functionality of the normal headphone jack functionality. Of course this would be possible to be done anywhere but being in the heart of the electronic marketplace in China sure helps. For example he was able to get things like flex PCBs made by walking over to the local PCB sales booth. See the video below for an interview Serpentza did with Scotty.




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2 Responses to “iPhone Headphone Jack Hacked back into an iPhone 7”

  1. Aniket Roy Says:

    I really appreciate the effort but I think a majority of i-Phone users won’t consider this as a great alternative.

  2. Tony Says:

    I thought iPhone owners were supposed to be courageous.

    “Don’t be a coward, get that drill out!”

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