Which points to another key difference between iPhone and Android tweets: The only comments that try to connect with normal Americans (living up to his "I'm with you!" campaign slogan) come from iPhones:
Basically, any tweet where Trump remembers other people exist.
While the Android posts tend to be a bit pettier:
"I thought the journalist wanted to talk to me because we were friends!"
Cracked pointed out that Trump will often retweet obviously fake Twitter accounts praising him. Every single time that has happened, the tweet's been sent from an Android account.
With this kind of insight into his campaign, it's hard not to start speculating about what's going on behind the scenes in Trump's Flying Fortress Of Solitude. Remember when Trump insulted the parents of a dead American soldier and promised that Russia would never invade Ukraine (even though they already had) in the same interview? People who don't obsessively read everything that guy tweets may not realize that he followed that up by complaining about how unfair it was that people heard what he said and remembered it.
"Whoa whoa whoa, no one said that if I ran for president people would start saying stuff about me!"