President Trump Given a Secured iPhone to Replace Unsecured Android – But is he Using it? Dylan Duarte March 29, 2017 News We live in strange times. President Trump raised a lot of concerns when he brought his typical consumer Android phone to the Oval Office with him when he won the presidency. His predecessor, President Obama, dumped his beloved Blackberry for a specialized phone once he was in office to minimize hacking risks. The current President opted not to, and continued using his unsecured Android phone, which we were reminded of every time he sent a tweet. The administration has finally wised up, however, and given the President – who once called for a boycott of Apple – an iPhone. But is he even using it? .@POTUS @realDonaldTrump has been using his new iPhone📱for the past couple of weeks here on Twitter. Yes, it is #POTUS45 reading & tweeting! — Dan Scavino Jr. (@DanScavino) March 29, 2017 First off, Dan, we’re never going to forget that it’s the President tweeting. Secondly, as CNBC tech correspondent Arjun Kharpal pointed out, two weeks after the President was supposedly given the iPhone, he sent out yet another tweet that read “Twitter for Android” at the bottom. So is President Trump using his new, secure iPhone or not? He’s not friendly towards Apple and Apple sure isn’t friendly towards him, having been critical of his administration. Is the iPhone just a stunt to calm the members of Congress who wrote letters complaining about his use of an unsecured phone, while the President continues using his Android phone? Is the world a strange place? Yes, yes it is. Share This With The World!