Android is already dominating the market, some group of developers has come up
with a solution on how to run Android on iPhone. It’s an iPhone case that runs
will be like 17 Goliath’ fighting a small David; an insurmountable task but mirroring the OS on the iPhone screen
is doable. Lee devised a few new Android components that allowed streaming the
screen contents from Android to iOS. He tested this concept with a Nexus 5
before building the standalone case.
board. This device has a Kirin 620 SoC, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of on-board
storage. It’s sufficient to run Android 6.0.1 without being too huge. Lee was
able to 3D print a case for the board and battery with a Lightning cable
snaking out the bottom. When plugged into an iPhone, he can launch a custom app
that listens for the case. Upon connecting, the hardware in the case streams
the full Android experience to the iPhone screen.