Donald Trump was seen addressing his futile issues, yet again on twitter, in a recent feud against the CEO of Apple, Tim Crook. The president of the US projected his disapproval of the exclusion of the home button in latest iPhone X model, openly.
He tweeted, “To Tim: The button on the iPhone was FAR better than the Swipe,” making it abundantly clear how he denounced the production of the new iPhone models.
iPhone, to an extent, has made the round home button its trademark colloquially, ever since the release of the very first iPhone, commonly known as iPhone 2G or iPhone 1. The production of this smartphone revolutionised the technology of those times and has continued to do so up to this date.
In 2017, a decade later after the very first iPhone, Tim crook renounced the release of the swipe system in iPhone X, devoid of a home button. It is this that President Trump has been seen raising his voice over.
Trump has orchestrated similar scenarios of lashing out on iPhone representatives earlier, as well. It appears that the new President cannot pipe down when it comes to berating another with his superior views, not even when he was not up the supremacy of the white house.
He further went on at taking a dig at Samsung for not adhering to his mighty pieces of advice despite the loud blaring of his notes.
iPhone later brought forward this aversion, adhering to the demands of Mr. Trump, a year after his audacious comments to which he tweeted, “I wonder if Apple is upset with me for hounding them to produce a large-screen iPhone. I hear they will be doing it soon – long overdue.”
iPhone has thus created a larger screen for its clients, with a difference in its dimensions of (4.53 x 2.40 x 0.46 in) in the iPhone 1 to (6.22 x 3.06 x 0.28 in) in iPhone 6 plus. It is adhering to the demands of President Trump.
Despite this, however, Trump has gotten himself into yet another scandal concerning the iPhones.
The Hypocrisy Of President Trump
New York Times published a concerning article, ‘When Trump Phones Friends, the Chinese and the Russians Listen and Learn.’ The article addresses the concerns of Trump using an unsecured iPhone to speak with friends and associates instead of a secure White House approved one, on Wednesday, the 25th of October.
Authorities have been raising concerns over this irresponsible behaviour that can cause States serious harm, especially at the hand of Russia and China, as stated by Ali Velshi on MSNBC news.
The discussion takes the course of national security of the United States alongside Malcolm Nan, where they discuss the severe implications this careless approach can have on the confidentiality of the US.
Trump, however, has denied these implications by taking to twitter and stating, “The New York Times has a new Fake Story that now the Russians and Chinese (glad they finally added China) are listening to all of my calls on cellphones. Except that I rarely use a cellphone, & when I do its government authorised. I like Hard Lines. Just more made up fake news.”
The nature of this tweet, however, contradicts this statement by highlighting how he used an unsecured iPhone yet again to tweet this tweet.
Moreover, the statements released by other governing officials, have also confirmed the recklessness of the now-president by stating: “Clearly #45 memory is fading fast… He ALWAYS used his personal iPhone in WH for calls even after being told over and over again about the security risk. He disliked his secure gov used cell-he said it was slow and “buggy”.”
Although his constant bickering over the features of iPhones has implied here that he has developed a certain sense of distaste for it, it is most certainly not the case. Trump has been defying the protocols of the White House repeatedly to stick to his iPhone for tweets and personal usage.
Now, this may second the statements released by @OMAROSA that Trump is too accustomed to using his now iPhone, and thus nags about the features of it. Whatever the case, it is clear here that President Trump is refusing to acknowledge the responsibilities that come along with this presidency.