Seems like iPhone developer Steven Troughton-Smith is on a roll these days. After managing to install the iPhone clock app on the iPad, he installed and run Windows 1.01 and Apple’s Rhapsody using Bochs on the iPad.
Sure they’re buggy and crash, but it’s a good achievement nevertheless. Not just because he managed to run Windows 1.01 (I mean, who wants to use it anyway?) but because this opens many possibilities, like trying to run Chrome OS on Apple’s new device. Stuff that geeks and hackers love, basically.
We’ve included the pictures after the break.
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