Buffet warns investors 'Don't get caught up in virus headlines'

Buffet warns investors 'Don't get caught up in virus headlines'

"You're looking at an 89-year-old guy who's barely beginning to get with it".

Nonetheless, Buffett, who backed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 primary, said Sanders had "run a model campaign" by being forthright and focusing on a positive message. In other words, he uses it to make phone calls and not use all the other "facilities" that most other people use.

Despite his financial stake and personal interest in the company, Buffett is equally notorious for not using an iPhone.

Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. He knowledgeable that his Samsung SCH-U230 flip cellphone is totally gone.

Buffett's new daily driver is the iPhone 11. Even after making his first-ever tech investment only in 2017 that attracted the eyeballs of nearly every investors and thought leader, Warren Buffett didnt ditch his old school flip phone.

It doesn't sound like he has many apps or uses the customizable memojis on his iPhone - he says he simply uses it "as a phone". He admitted that he uses it "just" as a phone.

Berkshire earned $81.4 billion in 2019 based on the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) rule. Instead, he stuck with a Samsung-made flip phone as the world adopted smartphones.

'When I actually buy it, it's all over, folks.

He did not personally purchase the smartphone but was gifted several of them by many people including Tim Cook, CEO of Apple.

Back in 2018, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Buffet that he would fly up to Omaha to help Buffet set up his iPhone whenever he chose to switch.

He also revealed in the interview that he had been given a lot of iPhones over the course of time, including those given by Apple's Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook.

Cook said in 2018 he would fly to Omaha, Nebraska, to help Warren Buffett set up his new phone.

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