It is clear that Apple and Google have begun a war that leads to many users end up opting for exclusively by terminals that equip the respective platforms: iOS and Android. To the extent that are more and more users who make use of both trying to find gaps in the other one. Others, with a great amount of free time are limited to see how to merge both, taking the operating system iOS 4.0 to the bowels of a HTC Magic.
Last April could be witnesses of how David Wang, Member of the iPhone Dev Team made running a version of Android on an iPhone 2G. But now the tables have changed, transforming a simple and inexpensive terminal with the interface of the Apple operating system, as we see in the video below.
The video is not too descriptive, so it does not provide more information than offered by the images themselves. First and foremost, as in the previous case of the iPhone with Android, it is extremely rare to see iOS running on a device that nothing resembles the already common iPhone, iPod and iPad. Not to mention of the, sometimes, erratic behavior of the touch screen and the slowness in the implementation of applications.
There is no doubt that the interface is identical to the Apple, even the smallest detail. However, the fact that the language of any Asian country Pack us consider the hypothesis of cloning of the iOS 4.0, something too common in the far East markets. So it would not be surprising that the legal machinery of Cupertino will get underway in order to tackle crude imitations of their terminals that go over those countries.