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This phone case lets you run Android on your iPhone




Nick Lee, the CTO of Tendigi, has now created a case that allows users to do the unthinkable, and that is to run Android on an iPhone. This is also the same man who successfully installed the legendary Windows 95 on an Apple watch.

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The case plugs into an iPhone’s Lightning port, turning the iPhone into a display and emulating touch events on Android. While the iPhone is able to display the Android operating system, the Android OS itself is powered by the hardware in the case. Check out the video below and see for yourself a full-fledged version of Android running on an iPhone.

This case is obviously conceptual and not practical for real world use, but it’s an interesting take on getting Android to work with an iPhone.

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This article was written by Heland Ortega, Junior Contributor of YugaTech. He is a graduate of Information Technology and Multimedia Arts at FEU Institute of Technology in where he is also now working as a full-time faculty. You can follow him at @helandortega.

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8 Responses

  1. oona says:

    Userless crap. I’d buy a cheap android phone and I won’t have to uglify my iPhone in the process.

    • William David says:

      Useless for Apple fanboys perhaps. But we all know that you don’t actually own one, don’t we, poser?

    • oona says:

      Well I no longer own an iPhone. Hiya naman ako sayo. Sagasaan ko ng mga auto ko ang iPhone mo eh. Beat that!

  2. Easy E says:

    Also making the iPhone effectively a dual sim phone? You put a sim in the case?

  3. wired_boy says:

    i don’t see any real world use to this ‘whatever u call it’ just a waste of time.

  4. marx_yu says:

    you dont see the use but its an innovation. sometimes people are so much of a retard. :) always the negativity ou cant even program a simple excel. dipshit.

  5. jrax says:

    dafuq? anong nirereklamo ng mga tao dito, tlga namang ang panget e. bat ako mag ddowngrade ng mahal na phone. ska optimized ang phone na yan sa ios bat pa ko mag aandroid. kea nga bumili ng iphone para sa ios dba? tapos lalagyan lang ng android? anong logic nun.

    • Ultra says:

      Innovation. To be able to run both os in a device diba maganda yun? Anyways to each his own. Its also interesting to see how a ios optimized device will run android os :)

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