Apple sued Corellium again for helping iPhone install Android.
By Kain Dunnett 2020-03-06 1240 29
Android version of iPhone 7.
However, there are reports that Apple recently sued cyber security startup Corellium, for copyright infringement because it released a product that can install Android on iPhone phones. It is reported that the product, called Project Sandcastle, belongs to the Beta version, which uses Checkra1n jailbreak to transform Apple into Android. I wonder if the above users also use this product.
It is reported that at present, this technology of Corellium has broken through to iOS 13, but it is only suitable for old devices such as iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPod Touch, and is not compatible with iPhone 11 and higher. But it also poses a threat to Apple. In fact, Apple had a legal dispute with Corellium last year.
As for Apple's approach, Corellium said that Apple has been restricting the functions of iPhone and iPad in the name of security, but the actual purpose is to rule out competition and gain market dominance. Corellium's products allow users to find options other than App Store and Apple systems.
● Over 300,000 products
● 20 different categories
● 15 local warehosues
● Multiple top brands
● Global payment options: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
● PayPal, Western Union and bank transfer are accepted
● Boleto Bancario via Ebanx (for Brazil)
● Unregistered air mail
● Registered air mail
● Priority line
● Expedited shipping
● 45 day money back guarantee
● 365 day free repair warranty
● 7 day Dead on Arrival guarantee (DOA)
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