Despite Berkshire Hathaway owning a massive stake in Apple Inc, company\u2019s chairman Warren Buffett\u2019s personal aversion to technology is holding him away from using iPhone. In a conversation with CNBC on Monday, \u00a0Buffett said that he was sent an iPhone X by a fellow, but hasn't used it still. "A fellow sent me a '10' the other day, but I'm not using it yet," Warren Buffett said. "Very nice fellow. He even explained it. I think he pretended he was writing to a 3-year-old child. He wrote me this very nice letter and explained what to do with it \u2014 how it wouldn't bite me or anything like that. I'm kind of screwing up my courage here and one of these days, I'll move,\u201d he told CNBC. Even Berkshire Hathaway\u2019s vice chairman Charlie Munger doesn\u2019t own an iPhone. When asked whether he owns an iPhone, Charlie Munger told CNBC,\u201d Of course not.\u201d Buffett is historically known to hold an aversion to technology sector and remains gung ho on retail sector. Buffett\u2019s investment in Apple Inc In the first three months of the year, Warren Buffett-led Berkshire Hathaway purchased 75 million additional Apple Inc shares. The company is aggressively ramping up its bets on the iPhone maker. Berkshire\u2019s initial investment in Apple was not much in magnitude, suggesting it was made by one of Buffett\u2019s investment deputies. However, with the recent stake purchase, it has surged to a sturdy 240.3 million shares worth $42.5 billion. In the same interview, Buffett said, he wouldn't mind buying out more Apple shares due to factors such as Apple\u2019s management team and \u201cthe economics of their activities.\u201d He said, \u201cI\u2019d love to own 100 percent of it.\u201d As a result of this, Apple\u2019s shares soared. The shares surpassed $185 for the first time. The company\u2019s previous all-time intraday high came on Friday when the share price hit $184.25.