Man gets magnetic implants to hold iPod

Man gets magnetic implants to hold iPod

A man has had magnets implanted under his skin to hold his iPod.

Dave Hurban embedded the four magnets in his left wrist in order to attach an iPod Nano to his body.

The man from the US state of New Jersey can now simply rest the device on his arm.

He said the technique used is actually a typical one in the world of body piercing and that the pain of the procedure was not as bad as he thought.


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