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Would it technically be possible to add headphone jack to iPhone 7?

1. I know there is some Lightning to headphone adapters that split the connector into a Lightning port and a headphone jack. Is there enough empty space in the phone (or enough empty space from removing something not necessary) to add a headphone jack and the chip from one of those adapters?

2. Would it be possible to then de-solder the Lightning port and solder the adapter to it, then re-add the port connected to the adapter?

3. If possible, how hard would it be?

If it isn't possible with the normal iPhone 7, what about the 7 Plus?

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There is zero "extra space" in the iPhone 7.

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Ehhh I mean technically way on the outside, it's possible. But you couldn't really desolder the headphone jack, exactly, technically it's a press solder onto a ribbon cable. So you'd have to somehow build a custom ribbon cable to fit an extra jack. So it's not really possible, and no there really isn't any extra room, and no it wouldn't be possible with a 7+. I appreciate the thinking outside the box, however it would just be really difficult

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Everything is possible, but You have to project your own iOS, lightning flex, and PROBABLY new paths on maiboard :)

You can do it, it only depends of that, how rich you are, and how smart people you will ask for this.

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