The latest iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus duo has been spotted in our Malaysian SIRIM database. This is an indication that Apple is preparing to bring their latest smart phones into Malaysia. But the question is when exactly?
During Apple’s iPhone 6s keynote announcement, Tim Cook mentioned that iPhones are the most loved phones in the world. With the introduction of iPhone 6/6 Plus, he shared that more people are making the switch from the Android smart phones. Based on this trend, they had introduced a “Move to iOS” app on the Google Play Store to make the transition even smoother.
That should keep everybody happy right? Unfortunately things doesn’t seem to go well as planned.
The iPhone 6s is hitting the first wave countries next week. As usual, there will be loads of people trying to get their hands on one especially in mainland China.
With people willing to do almost anything to get the latest Apple product, a special kind of bank is offering an attractive way of owning iPhone 6s. Nope, you won’t even need to lose any of your vital organs to get it and it is easier than you think.
For the iPhone 6, the upgrade is 1GB in size, so it is recommended that you download using a WiFi conection.
When it come to hardware, Apple doesn’t normally disclose its full spec sheet. Apart from revealing its new processors, the other details such as RAM and battery capacity are often left out and we would need to wait for some tear down to learn more of its internals. The current iPhone 6 has just 1GB of DDR3 RAM while their existing iPad Air 2 comes with 2GB RAM.
The iPhone 6s/iPhone 6s Plus is out and it finally gets upgraded with a 12MP f/2.2 main camera that allows you to shoot ultra high definition 4K videos. That’s 4X the resolution of a standard Full HD 1080p clip.
While most TVs and displays are still pushing full HD, there are those who prefer to capture moments in the best quality possible in 4K. There’s nothing wrong with that but the biggest concern is always on storage. With greater detail comes bigger file size and that could be a problem if you’re intending of buying the cheapest iPhone model available.
U Mobile finally has an online store where you can buy new smart phones with telco plans from the comfort of your home. Since it is new, there’s only a handful of products available which includes the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C and the Galaxy S6.
With the recent price hike for the iPhone 6 in Malaysia, U Mobile appears to be the only telco selling the device outright on prepaid and it is a more affordable than the usual market price.
Let’s face it. Malaysia isn’t going to be in the first wave for iPhone releases anytime soon. So if you’re trying to get your hands on the latest iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, your best bet is to get from the first wave of countries which will commence pre-orders this Saturday, 12th September with stocks shipping on 25th September. This includes Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, United Kingdom and United States.
If you got a friend or relative abroad, buying one overseas is better than getting an overpriced unit through enterprising scalpers. So how much does it cost to get one overseas? Head after the break to find out.
Shortly after the announcement of the latest iPhone 6s, iPad Pro and iPad mini 4, the Malaysian Apple Online Store has made some price revisions on its product line up. With no surprises, most of the current iPhone and iPad models are getting a price increase, no thanks to our weakening currency exchange rate.
The iPhone 6 Plus costs as much as RM149 extra while the iPad gets price hike as much as RM459.
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Apple has just announced its new iPhone 6s and the larger iPhone 6s Plus phablet, and like every iPhone “S” model, it is an update over its previous model without having an all new design. This time around, it is more than just incremental performance upgrades. The new iPhone 6s uses tougher materials to silence its bendgate critics and it incorporates its Force Touch and Taptic engine features from the Apple Watch. There’s also a new colour for the iPhone that’s called Rose Gold.
This is possibly the biggest iPhone incremental “model update” since the iPhone 4S.