|For the real life companion application, see IFruit App|
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto IV|
Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto Online
|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 email, texts, checklist/job list (online), quick save, contacts, settings, internet, and Trackify (only available on a mission).
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.
Periodically, the player will receive emails from various characters, or even companies promoting new items in stores. For some personal emails, the player can choose to 'reply' to the sender, and a scripted message from the protagonist will be sent, advancing the conversation. Emails from retailers sometimes come with a link that can be opened in the browser.
The text messaging function of the phone allows the player to receive texts from various characters. Viewing a text usually prompts the player to call the sender, often to advance a part of the story or to trigger a mission.
Shows the mission objectives (when playing on a mission);
Shows a list of the last GTA Online missions invites for quick access, even if the player is in the story mode (only when connected to the internet).
Allows the player to save the game when not in a safehouse. Quick saving is not available during missions.
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, Xbox One) or Square (PS3, PS4) while in the list will show the dialer.
Allows the player to modify the phone to their tastes. Can use different ringtones or toggle phone vibrations on or off.
Allows the player to take pictures or selfies in free roam which are then uploaded to the Rockstar Games Social Club. Several missions also require photos to be taken of specific things. It is based on the photo and picture editing app Instagram.
Used to track down signals from the player's phone. Can be used from a very long distance, up to a few miles. Available only in a couple of missions or in the Submersible side missions to find toxic waste.
An AI programmed into the iFruit OS. Shelley is used to give directions, advice, etc. However, she cannot be used by the player. Shelley is based on Siri.
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 Chop, before it was thrown away by Franklin. He bought another one, as it was seen in Deep Inside.)
- GTA Online Protagonist owns one.
- Franklin might own one as you can find one in his bedroom in the Vinewood Hills safehouse that plays music. Although it could be a MP3 player with a similar design to the iFruit phone or possibly even a parody of the iPod Touch.
- The logo of the phone clearly resembles a penis.
- In GTA V, there is a news article from Daily Globe after the mission Marriage Counseling that announces a new model of iFruit to be released in 3 months, however there is already a man named Sean Douglas waiting for the phone outside of an iFruit store in Downtown Algonquin, while he is defecating in plastic bags, eating cans of tuna and being spit on by strangers. This is clearly a mocking towards iPhone fans that wait months in lines outside of Apple stores before a new model is released.
- In The Loneliest Robot in Great Britain, the box for the new Phil model has the iFruit logo on it.
- A second news article from Daily Globe after the mission Eye In The Sky reports that Sean Douglas is still waiting in line for the iFruit, despite he's passing by the early stages of leprosy.
- A third and final news article from Daily Globe, this time after the mission Caida Libre, reveals that Sean Douglas ended up dying from leprosy, while waiting for the phone. The article pays a tribute to Sean, saying that everybody has a little of Sean Douglas within himself.
- The phone's default ringtone bears close similarities to the iPhone 4S's default ringtone, named "Marimba".
- The iFruit's ads cite the real iPhone's criticisms which include slow design change, uninnovative software, amongst others.
- In the enhanced version of the game the phone resembles a cross between the iPhone 5C and the Nokia Lumia 430 with a similar color and soft button design.