Previously, the iPhone and Android OS were categorically incompatible. Correlium’s Sandcastle project fixed that and immediately had a problem with a lawsuit from Apple.
The Android operating system can be installed on almost any device, and it's only Apple products that stand apart. Correlium decided to solve this problem by creating the Sandcastle project, the purpose is to adapt to the popular operating system of Apple products.
Beta version of Checkra1n utility is already available, which provides access to file systems of many devices, including iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus. The developers of the project have offered users the opportunity to install a trial development of Android on their devices. Meanwhile, they do warn about limited functionality because the project is entirely new.
At the moment, installing Android on the iPhone leads to the reality that some smartphone systems don't work. The user loses the ability to use the camera, Bluetooth and other functions. However, the touchscreen, processor and file systems are working.
Apple has already responded to this daring venture with a lawsuit. Meanwhile, the authors of Sandcastle don't seem to be intimidated, and they intend to continue with their work.
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