The choice between iPhone and Android is one of the most fundamental dilemmas of modern life – and says as much about you as whether you prefer cats or dogs.
But one company has come up with a solution that means you no longer have to choose.
Israeli company Esti has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for an iPhone case that essentially has an Android phone built into it.
The so-called Eye case shares the iPhone’s speaker, microphone and cameras, but is otherwise a fully-functional standalone smartphone.
The case comes with its own 5-inch display, 2800mAh battery with wireless charging, two SIM slots, a headphone jack and up to 256GB of storage.
It runs Android 7.1 Nougat – the latest version of Google’s operating system – and offer full access to the Android app store, Google Play.
The Eye fits onto your iPhone just like any other case, resulting in a bizarre two-sided device, where one side is an iPhone and the other an Android phone.
While Apple purists may recoil in horror at this “Franken-phone” concept, it has proved popular on Kickstarter, smashing though its $95,000 funding target in just a day.
The case costs $189 (£155), which is roughly the same as a mid- to low-range Android smartphone, and Esti hopes to start shipping to backers in August or September this year.