Earlier this year, I told you about how I finally took the leap and moved off of my BlackBerry to the latest iPhone. It was a struggle for me at first, because I was addicted (yes, a confirmed CrackBerry addict) to the tactile keyboard for ease of typing on the BlackBerry device. But, as you may recall, I was won over by the many other fantastic features of the iPhone, including Siri voice recognition, the larger screen, better photography, and the vast array of iPhone apps.
I have been very happy with my iPhone for the better part of 2013 -- notwithstanding the fact that I often miss the BlackBerry keyboard. So, end of story, right? iPhone wins and BlackBerry loses, correct?
Not so fast when it comes to our Commander in Chief -- President Barack Obama.
Indeed, Reuters reports that President Obama stated recently that he is not permitted to use an iPhone for "security reasons." He made this remark at a meeting during which he was touting his new healthcare law. Say what? That's right! While the President uses an iPad, he is not allowed to use an iPhone.
Posted by Eric J. Sinrod
@ December 10, 2013 12:25 PM EST