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Obama can’t use an iPhone even if he wants to – for ‘security reasons’

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Dec
2013

President Barack Obama on Wednesday said during a healthcare-related speech that he’s not allowed to use an iPhone for “security reasons,” with Reuters describing him as a “very loyal” BlackBerry customer. The point Obama made was that iPhone-related bills combined with cable bills may top $100 per month, which is more than what people will pay for health insurance under his new healthcare law. “Now my suspicion is that for a lot of you, between your cable bill and your phone bill, you’re spending more than $100 a month,” Obama said. “The idea that you wouldn’t want to make sure you’ve got the health security and financial security that comes with health insurance for less than that price, you guys

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