Apple have announced a Welsh version of their new iPhone X – the DaiPhone.
Apple broke the news at a glitzy launch yesterday, and were quick to sell its new features to the Welsh public.
Boss Buck Smiley told WalesOnCraic:
“We thought we’d combine stereotypical views of the Welsh with our ground-breaking technology. So we’ve pre-installed Tom Jones’s ‘Delilah’ as a ring tone and put a picture of Shirley Bassey as a screensaver. It’s a must-have for anyone who’s Welsh, who’s been to Wales, or read about it on a brochure or something.”
However, some Welsh users may find that they won’t be able to use all the new DaiPhone in the way they want.
“SIRI won’t understand you if you speak Welsh because we couldn’t be arsed to translate it all and program it all in. So if you start speaking to it in Welsh, it will come back and say ‘What the hell was that you just said?’ Then it will ask you to say something properly.”
The new DaiPhone does offer some new and bespoke Welsh features however:
• Built-in sheep radar
• Voice-change to make you sound like Tom Jones
• Pre-loaded image gallery of Welsh celebrities, including Jessica Garlick
• Pre-loaded Guide to Planting Daffodils and Leeks
The new DaiPhone will be available sometime in the future. Probably.