iPad in the White House
The iPad has appeared in every part of the US by now, and the White House is not an exception. This Apple’s gadget can be found with every white house denizens and as of now there is a semblance of unanimity in views on the benefits of iPad.
Most members in the west wing of the White House including the chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, senior adviser David Axelrod, deputy press secretary Bill Burto, communications director Dan Pfeiffer, press wrangler Ben Finkenbinder, and economic adviser Larry Summers, have been given the iPads.
The device has become the hottest tablet for most of the white house residents. So what types of iPad apps do these people have?
Summers has a Bloomsberry app for all his finance details. It has been reported that he has downloaded the first free copy – The federalist papers. Burton has the app for Vanity Fair magazine as well as a scrabble game, and the complete set of last years ABC’s Lost. Emanuel has got all the news apps and iBooks to be able to read e-books on his device. Axel Rod has downloaded major league baseball application and National Public radio one.
Still, the analysts view this change in the White House as a dimly one. They say that the iPad has hardly made any difference in the way everything worked here. And this won’t probably make President happy, as he doesn’t really support the iPad as an educational gadget.
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