Fact Check: A Smartphone User Manages to Run Android and iOS on his iPhone and Pixel Phones Respectively

A Twitter user has shared a post on the microblogging platform claiming that he managed to run iOS 16 on his Google Pixel 7 Pro smartphone and the latest Android 13 operating system on his iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Let’s look into it.

Fact Check

Recently a Twitter user shared pictures of his Pixel 7 Pro smartphone running on iOS 16 and his iPhone 14 Pro Max running on the latest Android 13. Few users have commented on how each operating system looks on the other phone and many users are wondering how he did it.

But the question is, did he actually interchange the operating systems of both smartphones or not?

The answer to this is NO!

Some of the users have pointed out how an in-display fingerprint sensor appeared on the picture of the iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphone that he has shared. This arose doubt regarding whether the Twitter user is fooling others with a screenshot of the operating systems.

Going through one of his previous posts where he claimed to have interchanged the iOS 16 and Android 13 in Google Pixel 5 and iPhone 13 Pro smartphones, he himself has declared that it is just the screenshots of both the operating systems displayed in the smartphones.

This proves that his claim regarding interchanging the operating systems of the respective smartphones is not true. This also reminds us that you should not believe everything that you see on a social media platform or on the Internet.


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