Do you know when the person has an idea of jerico? Of course you know, in the world of technology it exists in droves. Like, for example, the idea of putting Windows 95 on an Apple Watch. Well then, the same developer, Nick Lee, strikes again to leave any fanboy Apple’s tense.
This time, he managed run the Android system on an iPhone.
With the help of a 3D printer, Lee created a case for the iPhone that contains all the basic components of a cell phone. As you can see, it is not the most beautiful thing in the world, but knowing that there is a whole system working there, it is admirable. Funny thing is that he still took the opportunity to add more ports: SD card, HDMI and USBs. To get everything in sync, the cover is connected to the device via a Lightning port and, from an application, the Android 6.0 “Marshmallow” starts to rotate.
As there is no perfection in gambiarras, it is not something that is said “ideal”, but Lee shows in the video that the system resources seem to work well. Of course, the OS runs from the cover, not the iPhone itself – which does not stop the developer from bragging about his ironic achievement.
Obviously this was all for fun, there is nothing for sale. Despite this, the process of creating the cover and trying to decrease it more and more so it doesn’t become a brick, he details in a Medium post for those interested in reading.
It is each one that appears to me… ?