The US Army Switched From Android To iPhone 6s Due To Poor Performance

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Until relatively few months ago, advisers and officials working in the White House have been forced to continue using the BlackBerry. But a little less than a year, the American government launched a plan of modernization of computer and communication devices of the White House and finally all the staff working daily can choose to change your device for an iPhone or a Samsung , only alternatives offered by the plan of modernization. A few months ago the US senators also viewed as finally could also change their old BlackBerry for other devices. That if Obama continues his BlackBerry, a specially designed by the Canadian firm device.

The latest news coming from institutions associated with the US authorities report that the Command Special Operations US Army, will stop using a variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note (do not know the exact model) to start using the iPhone 6s a device specially prepared for this tactical team.

According to the DoD Buzz publication that has leaked the news, this change still has to be confirmed by the army. Apparently the main reason for this change is caused because the device currently using hangs on too many occasions. Another reason is that it is a much more modern than the currently used model, so maybe we could be talking about the first or second version of the Galaxy Note.

Another source of publication DodBuzz says that change the iPhone 6s, could also be due to the incredible graphics and performance capabilities of the device, which is currently not available in Note veterans they use. This is not the first time the United States Army has managed to introduce their devices in the hands of the soldiers. In 2010, Apple began distributing iPod touch to soldiers deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan, carrying several devices specific translators of Arabic, Iraqi, Kurdish, Dari and Pashto languages.

(Source: DoD Buzz)

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