MESUIT The Cover That Turns Your iPhone Into Android
MESUIT The Cover That Turns Your iPhone Into Android

Supply of phone accessories is huge, however not everything will be simple protective covers. A Chinese company Haimawan introduced an iPhone case which will let you run Google’s Android Operating System on any iPhone without doing any geeky tricks or jailbreaking your device.

MESUIT: The Cover That Turns Your iPhone Into Android

Everyone recognizes that Apple iPhone puts iOS on top of hardware. These machines should be open and able to give the user the ability to run any operating system, something that Apple prevents from the first moment.

But as we all know that the search for a specific way to run Android Operating System on iPhone has run for many years. Various forms have been found and a new has now emerged, using a simple cover with an additional battery as well.

Remember ingenious case that caused an iPhone could run the Android the mobile operating system from Google ?

Although that proposal is interesting, but it was still in a prototype stage or was not even for sale for those who were interested in acquiring it. But now, the project has evolved, which has a final product and even added some interesting features as well, as we mentioned earlier.

Basically, we all know that most of the solutions found to have Android running on an iPhone uses additional hardware and specific applications. Even they are also often solutions as that are still prototypes.

But MESUIT is new and is available to all who want to have the iPhone 6S, 6, 6 Plus and 6S Plus Android running. The MESUIT is presented as a cover that brings the iPhone an extra cover with an extra power source of 1700mAh and 2500mAh respectively. This is what makes MESUIT, a cover for iPhone designed by the company specializes in operating system virtualization Chinese company Haimawan.

Once it is connected to the iPhone, it starts using an application, hence, the MESUIT gives the users full experience of Android running on iPhone. In addition to its capabilities, the MESUIT contains one MediaTek MT6753 processor, 2GB of RAM, 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0, along with the additional memory of 32, 64 and 128GB, which can be accessed also for iOS.

But MESUIT also allows Android to control an additional SIM card, which is placed on the cover and thus makes the iPhone into a dual-SIM device. The MESUIT requires only a connection to the iPhone for its lightning port just to run the application. The smallest version of MESUIT costs approximately $150 and the largest version is priced at about $165 approximately.

The Chinese company Haimawan, the creator of MESUIT cover is also preparing a new cover, but this should allow iOS run on any Android.

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