His daughters do have an iPhone.
WASHINGTON - U.S. President Barack Obama admitted that his security team not allowed having an iPhone, despite being a fan of Apple founder Steve Jobs, so it is faithful to his Blackberry since arriving in the House Blanca.
“Iâ€™m not allowed, for safety reasons, to have an iPhone,” Obama told a group of young people who visited the White House to act in defense of health reform passed in 2010.
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He revealed that his daughters, Sasha and Malia, they do have iPhone, and “seem to spend much time using it.”
Obama does have another flagship product of Apple, iPad, consulting with owners and surf often, as indicated in an interview with Vanity Fair last year.
Although neither the president nor the Secret Service have indicated why you are allowed to have a Blackberry and not an iPhone, the first such brand is renowned for the high level of encryption that allows, as noted ZDNet Web specialized in technology.
Instead, iPhones are not yet classified as safe enough for the use of military and government officials, and Blackberry, who has lost weight in recent years in the field of smart phones continues to occupy the pockets of officials highest ranking U.S..