People Want Android on Their iPhones Too :)
Nick Pack, product leader of the iDroid Project tells Tucker how the reverse engineering required to get the Android OS running on Apple’s smartphones is a long.
NICK: Work on the A4 port started late last year, but progress was slow due to there being a lack of skilled developers on the team to work on it. In the recent few weeks, the port has accelerated drastically. The 3GS port was started a couple of months back but lessons learned from the A4 port helped to bring it inline quickly. Due to the nature of the project, it is completly impossible to estimate just how long these things take. This is mainly due to the sheer volume of reverse engineering that has to be done, but we are working with largely undocumented and uncommon hardware so it comes with the territory.
All of us Can Just wait and watch as it is a very Difficult Task to port Android into iOS :)