Iphone agrees to be Apple fanboys' girlfriend

Apple fanboys who have been unable to get a girlfriend because they are too smug to be attractive to a member of the opposite sex, can turn to their only real friend to provide them with an answer.

In South Korea someone has penned an app which allows iPhone users to pretend they have a girlfriend.

Nabix, a South Korean developer, wrote the iPhone application which he dubbed “Honey it’s me!”.

It features the voice of a woman called “Mina,” who is a 20-something virtual woman. All a fanboy has to do is front up $1.99 and Mina will make video-calls four times a day.

There are only 100 different calls she can make, but then even an automated girl will not have much to say to an Apple fanboy.

Nabix said it would help Apple fanboys feel someone cares for them and is consistently thinking of them, well other than their mothers of course.

Apparently Apple fanboys can’t tell the difference between Mina and a real girlfriend. The application was downloaded 80,000 times on the first day alone.

Of course it is an ideal love. Mina will never tell you what to do, ever be shocked at the fact you still live in your mum’s basement when you are 35, waste money on gadgets to make up for the failure of your personality, your spots have spots and you listen to Coldplay on auto-repeat on your iPod because you don’t know of any other band.

She can’t have sex with you, but then most Apple fanboys do not really know how that would work anyway.

Strangely there is no male equivalent for Apple fan girls.

Mina will become an Android app next week. It will be interesting to see if she is more popular on the Jobs’ Mob phone or the Google machine. It will effectively prove which users are saddest.