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The greatest Twitter reactions to last night's Apple event

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'Too many cooks spoil the broth', goes the saying.

Well, it just took only one to send tech fans into a slight meltdown last night, when Apple honcho Tim Cook used the company's latest launch to reveal that the iPhone headphone jack is no more. Redundant, gone, replaced by wireless - or rather those little air pod headphones you'll inevitably drop in your bowl of cornflakes.

And as ever, the best place to get a gauge of how this news went down (spoiler: badly) was on Twitter.

 

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