Hell Freezes Over as This iPhone X Runs Windows 10
Experiments that bring various operating systems to Android devices are nothing new, and more recently, we’ve seen several skilled engineers managing to get Windows 10 on ARM, for example, up and running on various smartphones that originally shipped with Google’s platform.
Doing the same thing with an iPhone is obviously much harder because of Apple’s walled garden, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that experimenting with a different operating system on a smartphone manufactured by the Cupertino-based tech giant is impossible.
For example, using UTM virtual machine software, someone managed to run Windows 10 on an iPhone X, as you can see in the video below.
Of course, you shouldn’t expect top notch performance, and the operating system needed some 20 minutes to load, but for the sake of an experiment, this is pretty cool.
File Explorer and everything
By the looks of things, the installation from the original ISO took approximately 2 hours, wh… (read more)
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