The Adapter design pattern can be implemented by defining a protocol that defines the desired interface, and then creating a wrapper class that conforms to that protocol and contains an instance of the original class. The wrapper class can then implement the methods defined in the protocol and delegate the calls to the corresponding methods of the original class, converting the parameters as needed.
One example of the Adapter design pattern could be an app that allows a user to log in using multiple social media accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google. Each social media platform has its own SDK for logging in, and the interfaces for each SDK are different.
To implement this, you could create a protocol called `LoginProtocol` that defines the methods required for logging in, such as login() and logout().
Note that this is just an example, it might not work as is because it uses SDKs that you need to import and configure to work properly.