Trump will unveil a new app that would let you order tacos and other Mexican food online at the flick of a switch, and it will come to Apple iPhones, Apple TV, and Apple TV Mini.
The Taco Bell app, which Trump will launch later this week, will let customers order tacos at participating locations through the company’s smartphone app, and use the app to order and pay for them at a taco stand, said the White House.
The move is a response to an outcry from consumers who complained that the technology was not available on Apple devices, and that it could be a barrier to ordering from the company.
The company announced the app in August, and the announcement comes as Trump is ramping up his push to revive the Taco Bell brand.
The app will be available to all consumers on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, with the option to buy in-store from a restaurant or online, the White and White House said.
Customers will be able to select their preferred location, order a meal, pay for the meal, and return the meal to the Taco App, they added.
Customer service representatives will be in the store to help customers navigate the system, and Taco Bell has hired more than 500 employees to work on the product, according to the White.
Taco Bell will be the first restaurant chain to offer the app, said John Fudenberg, a spokesman for the White Houses Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
Trump’s announcement comes just as a flurry of other food brands are getting in on the taco bell craze.
Taco Bell, which started out as a fast-casual restaurant chain in the 1980s, has become a national chain with restaurants in more than 130 countries and in over 100 countries around the world, according and Bloomberg News reported.