Some might not realise this but whenever you use an iPhone or an iPad, Google is the default search engine for iOS. Whether it is on Spotlight or Safari’s address bar, iOS integrates Google whenever you need to search on the web.
According to a CNBC report, Google could be paying as much as US$3 billion this year just to maintain this arrangement on iOS. That’s a huge increase from US$1 billion paid to Apple 3 years ago.
The iPhone is always recognisable with its iconic candy bar form factor and that familiar round button. Even with the removal of its mechanical home key, the iPhone 7 still looks pretty much the same as its predecessors.
For the next iPhone, Apple appears to be starting off with a clean slate. From this new leak, we can confirm that the front has more screen than the Galaxy S8 and LG G6. This is the clearest look at the iPhone 8.
As smartphones continue to grow, the tablet segment has been on a decline for the past few years. The iPad which was first introduced in 2010 is also having a slowdown in sales since 2014. With consumers getting comfortable with larger screen smartphones, it seems that the slate form factor is slowly becoming redundant.
Surprisingly, Apple has just posted its first quarterly growth for the iPad year-over-year since late 2013 with a total of 11.42 million iPads sold in the last fiscal quarter.
With Malaysia’s 60th Merdeka Day around the corner, Mac City is having a special promotion for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, iMac and MacBooks. If you’re in the market for a brand new iPhone 7, you can get it from them at up to RM300 off with a little extra.
Looking for a good deal on iPhone, iPad, MacBooks and iMacs? The Machines Warehouse Clearance is back again and this time it is happening at Level 4, Avenue K in Kuala Lumpur.
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If your iPhone or iPad is currently enrolled for iOS 11 Public Beta, it’s time for another software update. The latest iOS 11 Public Beta 2 is now available and you should be able to install it on your device.
To recap, the new iOS 11 brings tonnes of new features including a revamped control centre, a redesigned AppStore and more. For those using an iPad Pro, you’ll appreciate the additional features which include a desktop-like Dock, App Switcher and a new keyboard which makes multi-tasking so much easier.
For those who care about benchmark figures, the iPhone has often come out on top despite having fewer cores and lesser RAM compared to its Android rivals. We’ve seen it on the iPhone 6s Plus and again with the iPhone 7/7 Plus.
After enjoying the #1 spot for the longest time, the iPhone 7 Plus has finally dethroned for the very first time on Antutu.
Originally priced at RM1,999, the iPhone 6 32GB is now going for only RM1,499. This is the second price slash since its intoduction in mid-March 2017.
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The iPhone is the smartphone that changed the world. Its revolutionary design defined the way we interact with a touch screen using Multi-Touch and it showed how apps can be distributed in a seamless manner through an App Store.
In case you didn’t know, the iPhone was first released exactly 10 years ago on 29 June 2007 after it was first announced at Macworld on 9 January 2007. At that time, the first gen iPhone was offered in two options: a 4GB option at US$499 (RM1,721 in 2007) and an 8GB option at US$599 (RM2,066 in 2007) on a two year contract with Cingular in the US.
The new iOS 11 will be rolling out officially later this year. If you can’t wait to try it out, Apple has finally released the first Public Beta version. Since it isn’t final, expect some bugs and instability as iOS 11 isn’t ready for prime time just yet. If you’re feeling adventurous and are fully aware of the risks, here’s how to get iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad right now.