The day of the Blackberry is at an end, it seems. The Government branch of U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) has made it known that they are no longer rocking Blackberry handsets and instead they have evolved into the more fashionable Apple iPhone handsets.
According to ComputerWorld, it was Apple’s strict control over the operating system and telecommunication that drew the ICE toward using the iPhone in place of Blackberry, signing a new contract with the company back on September 28th.
RIM and Nokia devices were rejected by the ICE after more than eight years of using Blackberry handsets, mainly because of their lack of adapting to the climate of change. Microsoft’s Windows 8 phone was also axed out because of lack of security and that left ICE with Apple and the iPhone.
Samsung, Apple’s arch-rival, unfortunately didn’t fare too well either, scoring 1 on a scale of 5 when it came to operating system security.