|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto IV|
Grand Theft Auto V
|Also known as:||Michael's Phone|
The 3G has few functions and is described as "All ego".
The 9iX can be used to snap pictures with Snapmatic in-game and upload them to the social club. The phone also has other apps. In addition to the Snapmatic app there is E-mail, Messages, Checklist/Job List(Online), Quick Save, Contacts, settings, internet, and Trackify(although there only on a mission).
iFruit's main competitor as of 2013 is Drone.
GENERAL: Internet access, mission replay, calendar, social media access.
STORAGE: Contacts, Messages, Photos, Videos, Applications.
CAMERA: Rear Camera, Front Camera.
SOUND: Vibrations, Ringtones.
DISPLAY: Multi-color, touchscreen.
The player is able to take in-game pictures using the iFruit and upload them to the social club.
GENERAL: "All ego."
CAMERA: One. (possibly)
SOUND: Vibrations, Ringtones. (possibly)
DISPLAY: No display.
Allows the player to save the game when not in a safehouse.
Standard contact list used to call or hang out with people. If the player has ignored an incoming phone call, the icon will be replaced by a (!) indicating who to call back to start a mission. Pressing X (Xbox 360) or Square (PS3) while in the list will show the dialer.
Allows the player to take pictures or selfies in free roam which are then uploaded to the Rockstar Social Club. Several missions also require photos to be taken of specific things. It is based on the photo and picture editing app Instagram.
Standard mobile browser allowing the player to navigate the internet, buy vehicles online and manage stocks on the BAWSAQ website.
GTA IV (3G)
- Juliette Lewis mentions that she owns one on her talk show.
GTA V (9iX)
- Michael De Santa owns one.
- Lamar Davis (In Deep Inside, after his Drone was thrown away by Franklin Clinton in Chop.)
- The player created character in Online has one.