Correlium Enthusiast Grouphas released a beta version of the application to launch the Android operating system on the iPhone. As a result, the iPhone got the opportunity to work with Android with some limitations.
Using the checkra1n exploit to getaccess to the bootloader of older iPhone models, Project Sandcastle allows you to install a partially working version of Android on the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, as well as on the seventh generation iPod Touch. Support for other phone models is under development.
It should be noted that the Project applicationSandcastle allows limited operation only on the 7th generation iPhone, while many components are unreliable. Bluetooth, camera and graphic cores do not work.
Here is an iPhone 7 booting Android! pic.twitter.com/cfCdSEzTbo
- matteyeux (@matteyeux) March 4, 2020
Nevertheless, enthusiasts have already tried out the Project Sandcastle application and are actively sharing photos with iPhone running Android.