iOS vs Android has been a huge debate in the Mobile Industry. Though these two arch operating systems are best in their own way, there was a lot of hullabaloo created and irked by this constant comparison, a well-known mobile developer– Nick Lee came up with a 3D-printed case that helps the users to run the Android on the iOS handheld devices.
Nick Lee created a unique version of Android Marshmallow and made an iPhone sized case that has a battery, converter, resistor and a connector that helps Android Marshmallow to effectively connect and communicate with the iPhone App. Lee has created a room for HDMI, USB, and SD card slot and has well demonstrated the working of the case.
This development is sure to end the war between iOS and Android. Although the cross-platform is a great tool to migrate from one OS to the other, but this 3D printed case can help us use two OS simultaneously, without worrying about which OS to select. With these establishments, we can expect more surprises that might completely end the OS war.
When possessing, we as users are often confused between iOS and Android, but this 3D-printed case can be proved to be a boon for the Mobile Industry and for the users as well. We can expect a full stop to this largish controversy of iOS vs Android and can embrace the benefits of both the Operating Systems in just one handheld device.
Silicon Valley, a notorious firm has agile iPhone App Developers India and Android App Developers India who can assist you with this latest development. The team has the expertise and has worked on umpteen iPhone App Development, and Android App Development projects, where they have proved their worth and further they keep on updating themselves with the recent developments in the Mobile Industry. The team together practically works on the development so that they train themselves so well that they can provide their clients bang-up services.