Are you an iPhone user and want to try something new in your iPhone?
Here is the best way to try the Android version on your iPhone. Cybersecurity setup Corellium has introduced a new project named as project Sandcastle to turn iPhone as Android. iPhone 7 and 7+ users can install Android OS on their iPhones and use port Android to the original iPhone.
It is a brainchild of Corellium, a software virtual company. The co founder of project Sandcastle David Wang says that this project took a year to complete. Team of Project Sandcastle includes top engineers of IOS from all around the world to install the Android OS on iPhone. It provides an opportunity to do something new on their iPhones. With the help of Sandcastle iPhone users can explore the whole new world in new way.
The project is still in process and it is available only on iPhone7 and 7+.
This chart shows that which devices are supportable or which is not and which feature is available on which model. Currently, iPhone 7 and 7+ supports most of the feature but still they miss some features like camera and Bluetooth.
Legal issues of Project Sandcastle
There are also some legal issues in this project as Apple has already said about sued Corellium for its virtual platform last year. Apple also said that this company breaks the laws of copyright to make software of patented iPhone. Also it has limited settings on iPhone. Corellium creates virtual machine (VMs) that run IOS. Corellium software allows users to run Android without any physical device. Just because of this Apple is not happy as Corellium software replaced their OS.
Run project Sandcastle
To run Project Sandcastle in your iPhone, you just have to download and install it in your Mobile. After installation just launch it in your iPhone. After launching, you can able to run Android OS in your iPhone.
But we recommend you not to try this on your iPhone as all the Android apps will not be able to run on your iPhone.