Yup, you read that right, there's now a way for keen gadgeteers to run both iOS and Android on the same device.
While this may sound like some kind of sorcery, it actually comes in the form of an iPhone case named Mesuit. Essentially an Android phone without a screen, you simply slip your compatible iPhone (only 6 and 6S models are compatible so far, with an iPhone 7 version coming later this year) into the case, fire up the dedicated Mesuit app and 'tada!' you're running a Mesuit-skinned version of Android OS. The heavy lifting is handled by an 8 core MTK processor wth low power consumption designed to keep the device's battery life running longer.
Additional benefits inlude a secondary SIM card slot - so that you can run two seperate numbers across both OSes - and an additional 16GB of storage for which to house any apps you care to download from the Google Play Store.
The Mesuit will be available in the UAE from 12 February for US$190 for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus versions and US$200 for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus versions.