Donald Trump Doesn't Like Latest iPhone, Prefer Old Home Button
Karamchand Rameshwar - Oct 26, 2019
US President Donald Trump has clearly shown that he doesn't like the latest iPhones with new gestures, and he would want the traditional home button back.
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It seems like recently, US President Donald Trump has just switched to using an iPhone without the Home button. And it seems that he is not interested in using new gestures. That is why he posted a tweet on Twitter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, implying that the Home button on the older models was still "much better" than the swipe gestures.
At the moment, it's not clear whether Mr. Trump has switched to a new device, iPhone XS, XR or the new iPhone 11 trio, but all models introduced by Apple in the past 2 years have a notch design that first appeared on the iPhone X launched in 2017, as well as the complete disappearance of the Home button. The last model to come equipped with the Home button is the 8 and 8 Plus.
In March 2017, President Donald Trump was reported to switch from an Android smartphone to an iPhone. Although it is not clear which model he used, but certainly it has a Home button, because, at that time, iPhone X hadn’t launched yet. And when moving to a newer one, Mr. Trump seems to miss this traditional feature on the older models.
If you are having the same though with Donald Trump, you might like the fact that Apple is developing the successor to the iPhone SE that made its debut three years ago. The SE 2 has been leaked quite a lot, and it is said to come with a similar design to the iPhone 8 with a Home button instead of a notched display. The device is expected to make its appearance in the first half of next year for a more affordable price of around $399 (roughly Rs. 28,300). Key features of the phone are rumored to be a 4.7-inch LCD display, 64/128GB of storage, and A13 Bionic SoC.