Warren Buffett Got An iPhone

Back in 2018, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Buffet that he would fly up to Omaha to help Buffet set up his iPhone whenever he chose to switch.

The unthinkable has happened: After years of using a bargain bin flip phone, billionaire and famous Apple investor Warren Buffett acquired an iPhone.

Warren Buffett, the billionaire chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc, on Monday called the coronavirus outbreak "scary stuff" but said that it was no time to sell stocks despite the threat of a pandemic.

Buffett said earlier Monday that Apple is 'probably the best business I know in the world'. Do you recognize which cellphone Warren Buffett makes use of, the fourth richest particular person on the earth.

'You're looking at an 89-year-old guy who's barely beginning to get with it, ' Buffett said, though he doesn't use 'all its facilities like most people'. In the past, Buffet has admitted that he uses an Apple iPad to check stock prices and other information but was happy to use a flip phone rather than a smartphone.

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Buffett's company Berkshire Hathaway is one of the top five Apple shareholders with share worth around $23 billion.

He also revealed in the interview that he had been given a lot of iPhones over the course of time, including those given by Apple's Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook.

"My flip phone is permanently gone". He said that he doesn't use the iPhone 11 like "most people". Net income totaled a record $81.42 billion, aided by unrealized gains in stock investments such as Apple Inc.

Buffett indicated he only used the iPhone 11 for rudimentary purposes. His older phone was a Samsung SCH-U320. For many years he has been using a basic flip phone from Samsung. The Verge had cited a Bloomberg television show, where Cook said he would personally fly to Omaha and provide technical support for Buffet, if he ever needed it.

  • Delia Davidson