It is amazing when we see the lengths techies can go to just fulfill their yearning desires. This developer, Nick Lee, has come up with something out of the ordinary. He successfully ran Android software on an iPhone – though passing through a couple of hoops. But this goes a long way to bridge the gap between both ecosystems. How did he achieve this?
See that specimen above, it is a panel created as a custom case for the iPhone. It contains a form of development board attached to a battery, with HDMI and USB port for extra connectivity. With this case attached to an iPhone, it will run full AOSP Android. Amazing right?
You can read further about how this works HERE. Or you can watch the video demonstration below.
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