The magician who got everyone to enjoy reading the news while hungover on a Saturday morning a while back when he got an Apple Watch to run Windows 95 is at it again. Nick Lee, the CTO of Tendigi, has now created a case that allows users to do the unthinkable -- run Android on an iPhone.
The 3D-printed case, which connects with the phone via the Lightning port, communicates with iOS through a custom-built app. Lee essentially got the Android Open Source Project to run on the case, turning the iPhone into little more than an external display. Here it is in action.
What’s more, the case actually features an SD card slot and HDMI and USB ports. Though the usefulness of an iPhone that runs Android is debatable, only the most
sycophantic loyal Apple fans would deny they've always wanted the option for extra onboard storage.