I have a 16gb golden iPhone 6 plus and according to the specs and information online, their exists a 3.5mm headphone jack on the Phone itself. However, no headphones matching that diameter actually fit or work. Not even the the 3.5mm apple ear-pods I have will fit. Its not stiff, clogged, funny, or user-related. There is no way you're getting any 3.5mm headphones to fit enough to receive audio in this thing, literally broke my headphones just pushing them straight in there which was poor judgement to follow this advice. I understand there is a lightning cable connector you can buy, but honestly, seriously? did apple actually make an iPhone 6 plus that doesn't fit the standard headphones that so many people have? it makes no sense to me. I looked into possibilities of it being a knock off ect. and its the real deal. Someone said maybe there is a screw in there, there isnt. But why would there be anyway? other people mention crackling issues related to this version. But I feel like the only person with a jack that simply fits no standard headphones not even apples. Any advice? is this intentional or normal. Before you mention it: There is NO room to budge. You are not getting these headphones a nudge further then they are here. And the connection is never recognized by the device like this. Is there an adapter of some kind to utilize 3.5mm headphone jacks in the actual headphone jack rather then lightning cable slot?