Want to own the iPhone SE with zero cost up front and the option to swap to a new iPhone every year? Maxis is offering the latest 4″ smartphone on Zerolution from as low as RM45/month with a 24-months installment.
The iPhone SE is officially going on sale in Malaysia on 13 May 2016. If you’re thinking of getting one with a contract, U Mobile has just revealed its iPhone SE bundling that’s available on both postpaid and prepaid from as low as RM705.
The iPhone SE turned a lot of heads when it was announced. Some thought it was brilliant, others thought it was rubbish, but the one undeniable thing is that Apple had made a statement and it was something nobody else was willing to make.
Well, to the many of you who have been raving about wanting to pick one up, the wait won’t be much longer as authorised Apple resellers in Malaysia have revealed that the world’s most powerful 4-inch smartphone will go on sale next week.
UPDATE: The iPhone SE is coming to Malaysia on 13 May.
The iPhone SE isn’t available in Malaysia yet and it should be hitting most countries by end of this month. If you’re looking for the cheapest iPhone that’s usable in a single hand, you might want to consider this special iPhone 5s offer from Apple retailer, Machines.
Believe it or not, Tom has been doing this for 8 years now since the first iPhone back in 2007. Without further ado, watch the latest video after the break.
This is it folks. The official pricing for the new iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7 are finally revealed on Apple’s Malaysian online store. The iPhone SE is their latest device featuring top end specs in a familiar 4″ body. As expected, the iPhone SE is priced under RM2,000 while the iPad Pro 9.7 is listed from RM2,699 for its base 32GB model with WiFi.
When a new phone comes out, the popular thing to do these days is to tear it down to find out exactly what’s inside these devices because clearly people want to know what they’ve spent their hard-earned money on.
UPDATE: The iPhone SE is officially priced in Malaysia from RM1,949. More details here.
The iPhone SE has hit first wave countries including our southern neighbour Singapore. While it will take some time before it hits Malaysia, a few enterprising stores have already started selling imported sets. If you can’t wait to get your hands on the most powerful 4-inch phone, you can get one now and the price markup isn’t as insane as its former flagships.
Have you ever been annoyed at how
darn difficult it is to place emphasis in WhatsApp conversations? Well, now it’s going to be much easier because if you’re on an iPhone, the text messaging service will let you use text formatting in your conversations.