Apple has just issued a release announcing that its annual Worldwide developer congress (WWDC) will be happening on June 6. For the most part the lay man, is not so much concerned about the many things that happen at WWDC, all they want to know is will Steve Jobs come on stage to reveal the successor to the iPhone 4?
Come June 6, it will be exactly a year ago Steve Jobs showed the iPhone 4 to the world at the same event. Now we’re just two months away and we can’t wait!
UPDATE 14042011: Maxis WiFi Hotspot service now revealed.
UPDATE 29032011: Added iPhone 4 price comparison below. Maxis has removed the Free 3 months WiFi service offer from their page. Their WiFi hotspot service not ready?
Maxis has started cutting down its iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS 8GB pricing, an expected move before the new iPhone makes its debut. In addition, they are also giving
Free Maxis WiFi service for 3 months if you purchase an iPhone with their plans.
Compared with its initial iPhone 4 pricing, iValue plans bundle price see a reduction of RM100-200 depending on model and contract duration.
Just a few weeks ago, they have introduced iValue Lite plan of RM70/month which is on limited time offer until end of next month. There’s no change on the iPhone 4 pricing for the Lite plan except for the 24 months contract price for the 32GB iPhone 4 which was reduced from RM2390 to RM2290.
Comparison of price difference after the break.
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While Nexus S is the only Galaxy S derived device to offer Gingerbread OS officially, Samsung Galaxy S users are also able to get some Gingerbread loving thanks to a leaked official ROM at XDA Developers forum. This is purportedly the official release version which comes with Samsung’s own TouchWiz UI that runs on top of Android 2.3.3 OS. Compared to the Nexus S, obviously you can’t call it Pure Google experience.
For full details of the leaked Gingerbread upgrade, click here.
Check out the overview and step by step videos after the break