Apple Plug

Upgrade to iPhone 7 with Apple Plug

This isn't 2009. Your phone doesn't have a floppy drive, and it shouldn't have a headphone connector either. When we made iPhone 6 and 6s, the world wasn't ready for the future. Now, it is. Apple Plug is the perfect solution. Fill in your archaic headphone connector with beautiful aluminium and plug yourself into the future.

Perfect Fit

Innovation isn't always obvious to the eye, but look a little closer at Apple Plug. You'll find it is designed to fit seamlessly into the outdated headphone connector, transforming last year's phone into a modern masterpiece as beautifully as you'd expect from Apple. Once in place, Apple Plug cannot be removed. But why would you want to? Would you want to downgrade? We didn't think so.

Pure Invention

Innovation questions everything you know. We removed the floppy drive, and people said we were wrong. We weren't. We removed the CD drive, and again people said we were wrong. We weren't. We never are. Apple Plug isn't just a pristine product. It's an essential part of showing others who you are.

Aluminium. Crafted with precision.

Just trust us. It's better.

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16 Responses:

  1. Foone says:

    But FakeApple, my phone does have a floppy drive.

  2. MattyJ says:

    I know this is supposed to be funny (and it is) but I would totally buy one of those. I haven't had anything plugged into my headphone jack since I bought the 6 the day it came out.

    They should fake-add a little rubber ring to it and fake-sell it as a waterproofing solution.

    • phuzz says:

      I'm pretty sure I've seen a rubber jack plug made for exactly that purpose (for another device). If it turns out I'm imagining that though, I guess you could try making one out of something like sugu.

      • dan mcanulty says:

        I actually just bought a hundred of these for an art project in which I don't want a gallery worker to accidentally plug the speakers into a microphone jack, and I couldn't help but think they seemed like little butt plugs for my audio cards.

        They were, in fact, marketed as ways to prevent dust and water from ingressing into devices while in shipment. One reviewer posted about how much more water proof it made his phone.

  3. Rick C says:

    It costs $75.99, right?

    • spoonyfork says:

      Apple doesn't price with cents. The correct price would be $79.

    • Joe Luser says:

      or you could buy a package of six from china off ebay which are identical but still manage somehow to fail after about two weeks.

      • Rick C says:

        "This cable or accessory is not certified and may not work reliably with this iPhone."

        Which Android phone maker will rush to copy Apple and get rid of the headphone jack first? Samsung, or the cheap Chinese ones that reskin the OS to look like an iPhone?

  4. margaret says:

    because courage and audacity.

    • CdrJameson says:

      It takes courage getting up in the morning, crossing the street or sticking your face in a fan.

  5. Rick C says:

    Seems like, with that image, this post could've used a "pornography" or "rule 34" tag or something. It's like that episode of Family Guy where Peter bought a sports car and then drove into and out of a tunnel.

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