Trump Hates Gestures On His iPhone; Tweets Tim Cook


Apple replaced the physical home button on its iPhone series with a gesture-based navigation system starting from the iPhone X in 2017. It looks like the President of the United States Of America is not happy with the swipe/gesture-based navigation system.

Trump Hates Gestures On His iPhone; Tweets Tim Cook


Trump shared his opinion on Twitter with a message is directed towards Tim Cook, CEO Apple. Trump was using an Android smartphone until 2017 it was upgraded to iPhone thereafter.

Will This Have Any Effect On The Upcoming iPhones?

Apple recently launched the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro with the new camera setup. Considering the input from one of the most powerful personalities will Apple go back to the dashboard to redesign the iPhone 12? Only time has the answer.

Why Did Apple Remove The Home Button?

Home Buttons has been an integral part of the iPhone from the very first model that was launched in 2007. In 2017 Apple launched the iPhone X with a new design language with an almost bezel-less display design and an infamous notch with Face ID system.

To make an iPhone that is all-screen the company has to do away with the home button and replaced it with a gesture-based navigation system. From then on every new iPhone has opted for the newer form factor including the affordable iPhone XR and the iPhone 11.

It is almost evident that the home button might not return. However, one can always enable the assistive touch button that sort of mimics the home button from the settings menu.


Similarly, one can also buy some of the older iPhone models like the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 or the iPhone 8 Plus which are the last set of iPhones with a physical home button and are much affordable compared to the current generation iPhones.

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