YouTubers are drilling holes in iPhones to turn them into $5 fidget spinners

This is a fidget spinner, which is the hottest toy craze right now. One toy analyst believes that these spinning trinkets might be a $US500 million market this year.

Now YouTubers have come up with tricks to turn broken iPhones and other smartphones into fidget spinners. The trick is drilling a hole in the phone and adding a ball bearing. Don’t forget to take the battery out first, unless you want your fidget spinner to explode.

Over the weekend, EverythingApplePro turned four different iPhones into fidget spinners using a power drill: 

He may have been inspired by Dylan Kowalski, who posed his iPhone spinner two weeks ago, only he cut his iPhone in half first:

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