Nowadays, almost every pro athlete has some sort of social media presence.
Maybe they like to share clips of their workouts on Instagram.
Maybe they like to weigh-in on the latest debate in politics via Twitter.
Maybe they just want to use Snapchat to see what their selfies would look like if they turned into a zombie.
No matter what they post, most of them do it from an iPhone. The truth is many pro athletes are just as glued to their phones as the rest of us.
"When you walk in after a game, every single person is on their phone," Memphis Grizzlies guard Dillon Brooks recently told The Washington Post.
In fact, many pro athletes have two iPhones—one for personal use, and another for business purposes.
Many athletes also pride themselves on having the most up-to-date model. But one high-profile player who suns the cult of iPhone?
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who still utilizes a flip phone despite having totaled nearly $80 million in career earnings to date.
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