Last week, we reported on some strange activity taking place on Donald Trump’s Twitter account. The tweets are as unhinged and angry as ever, but since March 8th, nearly every message has come from an iPhone, and not Trump’s woefully out of date and unsecured Android device. Given his love for his Android device, this was odd, but now, we finally have some clues.
For more than a year, many observers have theorized that Trump has used an Android phone for tweets he sends himself—you know, the tweets that call of the media out as “fake news” or accuse a former president of “‘wire tapping.’” The more generic tweets—of the “watch me on Fox News” variety—are predominately tweeted from an iPhone, which some have hypothesized are controlled by Trump’s team. But after the first week of March, something changed, and Trump’s tweets—regardless of crazy level—started to come from an iPhone.