The BBC have blown around £2.5million buying more than 4,000 iPhones, 400 iPads and 800 MacBooks for staff in the last two years, it can be revealed.

Presenters are regularly seen showing off their expensive Apple products on television – but the figures revealed thousands of off-screen staff are also getting hold of the gadgets.

The Corporation have been buying iPhones at a rate of 200 a month for the last two years – shunning dozens of cheaper mobiles.

Reported by the Mail Online. You can read the full story here. 

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