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Thursday, 05 December 2013 11:37

Apple security too rubbish for US president

Written by Nick Farrell



Obama not allowed to use it

Jobs’ Mob security on the iPhone is so bad that the US president’s officials will not allow him to use one.

President Barack Obama was asked by the tame Apple press why he could not be like them and use an iPhone. After all with all the questions that reporters could ask Obama, why he does not use an Apple product is the top of the list for any of the Tame Apple Press. However, their questions revealed an answer which the Apple press office would not like circulated.

Obama said he is not allowed to have Apple's smart phone, the iPhone, for "security reasons.” Apple security is apparently so bad that it would be like giving all his personal data to the Chinese, Russians, or NSA. In fact, he happens to like his BlackBerry after coming to the White House in 2009, though he said only 10 people have his personal email address. ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ? Ed)

The company recently halted plans to be sold and is trying to chart a new course by focusing on large business and government clients. All this was a bit of a shock to the Tame Apple Press who instead ran many yarns about how Obama does use an iPad so he is one of them after all.

Nick Farrell

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