Zach Epstein reports for The Boy Genius Report of a “brief interview from MyPhone 2008 [September 26-28, Las Vegas, Nevada) with a young Norweigan developer named Erik Kristiansen. While Kristiansen might not be the smoothest talker in Vegas, he has managed to put together quite a piece of software. As he explains in the video, he has essentially created bootcamp [sic] for the iPhone.”
Epstein reportsWhen the phone powers on, the user must select between booting OS X and Windows Mobile,” Epstein reports.
“Kristiansen is aiming to release his work to the public this coming January and it will be open source. Of course you shouldn’t expect to see this one hit the app store – only jailbroken iPhones need apply,” Epstein reports.
Direct link to video: http://5x5m.com/lp/277/windowsmobile.html
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]
Dude, you got a
Dell Treo? What are you, stupid? Only Apple’s Macs iPhones run both Mac OS X and Windows!
OS-unlimited (Apple) beats OS-limited (Dell, HP, Toshiba, Sony, Palm, RIM, Nokia, etc.) every damn time.
(And, what odds would you place on Jessica Young and Erik Kristiansen hooking up? After all, what happens in Vegas…)
[UPDATE: 3:35pm EDT: The MyPhone 2008 site from whence this video – and others equally or more implausible – originated looks suspiciously like a sales tool for an app (SonicEmotion) for jailbroken iPhones. This video could be nothing more than a ruse.]