You can do all manner of strange and wonderful things with the power of the tiny computers we carry around everyday in our pockets. But this is one of the oddest we've seen in awhile.
The folks at Tendigi have created a new iPhone case which does a pretty unusual thing - it helps you run Android on a smartphone which it really wasn't designed for.
Really it's more like creating a tiny Android phone in a case and outputting the video to the iPhone screen, which is a pretty strange experiment but you can see how it works here.
Welcome to a laggy Android experience using a huge case which requires the constant use of a Lightning connector. Is there a use case for this? Well considering there's no shared content across the two phones at the moment, not really. But imagine a situation where a slicker case could also use your phone memory and access the SIM card and maybe it could be an interesting idea for the future.