Tech tinkerers rejoice! It’s now possible for you to install and run Android on the old iPhone 7, while everyone else wonders why anyone would bother doing that.
The cyber security startup Corellium has just released Project Sandcastle, which offers a technological taboo of the highest order – a version of Google’s OS on Apple’s famously locked-down hardware.
Why Sandcastle? Well, as the company puts it, sandcastles “provide an opportunity to create something new from the limitless bounds of your imagination.”
On the contrary “sandboxes set limits and boundaries.” In case you were wondering, that’s a reference to the retractions placed on iPhone user by existing within the tightly-controlled ecosystem.
The makers point out that once you’ve bought the iPhone, you own it,…