Apple has announced that it will sell a robot for $25,000 that can mimic the way people use iPhones and can “play” with their devices.
The new device will have a voice recognition feature to help it understand how to operate its virtual assistant Siri, but it will not act as a full-fledged companion.
It will only talk back to the user, which will allow it to play a variety of games with the device.
The company says that the robot will be used by the military and government agencies in “military-grade environments”, but that it is also suitable for hobbyists.
“Apple has developed an iPhone companion for hobbyist and creative professionals to help them make and use their iPhones, as well as in many other creative applications,” the company said in a blog post.
The company also says that a robot that can imitate the way users use the devices can be “a game changer”. “
With the new robot, users can use Siri’s voice recognition to interact, play games, take selfies and make videos, all with their iPhone 5 or 5c.”
The company also says that a robot that can imitate the way users use the devices can be “a game changer”.
The company’s announcement comes after a number of news organisations reported that a number are planning to make robot-based pets and pets with the help of robots.
Apple has previously launched the MioBot, a robotic pet with a voice-recognition capability that can interact with Siri and interact with users.