iDUMB: iPhone 7 Users DESTROY Phones After Falling For Headphone Drilling Tutorial

A countless number of iPhone 7 users unintentionally destroyed their brand new devices after falling for a phoney Youtube tutorial video falsely showing them how to drill a hole to create a headphone jack.

Apple recently released iPhone 7 is sans a headphone jack, and the cruel tutorial instructs foolish iPhone users to create their own using a 3.5mm drill.


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50 Cent Ordered To Pay $16 MILLION Over Headphone Deal Gone Bad

Federal court records show that rapper 50 Cent has been ordered to pay a staggering $16 million to Bradenton earphone manufacturer after a failed partnership..


The Bradenton Herald reports that 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson III, was ordered to pay Sleek Audio nearly $4.5 million in attorney fees and $11.7 million in damages after a deal to make his own brand of headphones went south.

Records allege that Jackson, a Sleek partner, stole the designs of over-the-ear headphones he asked the company to conceptualize and manufacture. Jackson has been selling headphones of a similar design under the 50-Over line with another manufacturer.

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Turn Down Your iPod Kids! You’re Too Young and It’s Too Loud!

hearing aid 206x300 Turn Down Your iPod Kids! Youre Too Young and Its Too Loud!

Have you ever heard the saying, “If it’s too loud, you’re too old!”? The hearing damage that iPods are causing takes that saying to a whole new saying. “You’re too young and it’s too loud!”

I heard this story a long time ago-like 5 years ago, but I think it’s important for you to remember kiddies! You don’t want to be hard of hearing in your prime!

Did you know that your iPod’s volume goes up to a cracking 130 decibels, which is almost the same volume if you were at a loud rock concert?

“Decibel units are the measurements used to express differences in power or intensity between acoustic or electric signals. Sounds that register above 85 decibels are considered a dangerous exposure to the human ear, and can lead to permanent hearing loss over time.”

The study also states that ‘it’s not only about the high volume of sound into your ears, it’s also about the length of time that also increases the damage’.

So kids, turn it down!