A new year deserves a new phone. If you find it hard to keep up, Celcom is making it easier to own a spanking new iPhone than ever before.
For a fixed monthly fee, you can switch to a new iPhone and have it replaced with a new device every 12 months at no additional cost with Celcom’s NewPhone. There’s no need to worry about trade-ins or resale values.
Smartphone shipments in Malaysia had dropped by 5.9% in 2016 versus the previous year according to IDC Malaysia’s latest report. They reckon this was likely caused by negative economic factors which include our depreciating ringgit against the US dollar.
Despite the annual decline, smartphone shipments had picked up in the last quarter and the top 3 brands were still able to increase their respective market share.
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WhatsApp has just introduced a new way of securing your account. If the standard SMS verification isn’t enough, you can now add another layer with its new two-step verification. So even if someone grabs hold of your SIM or hijacks your mobile number, this will prevent unwanted access to your WhatsApp account.
Start the brand new year with an iPhone SE on the biggest postpaid plan in town. FIRST by Celcom offers the best value for mobile internet and you can enjoy as much as 60GB of data per month.
The iPhone SE is still the best iPhone that you can use with a single hand. It gets a crisp 4” Retina Display and it runs on an updated Apple A9 chip for smooth performance. Shutterbugs will appreciate its 12MP main camera that’s also capable of recording 4K videos.
Originally priced at RM1,949, the iPhone SE can be yours from as low as RM188 with FIRST Platinum postpaid plan. That’s 90% off the retail price and you can surf, stream and share more when you’re on Celcom’s Ultrafast 4G Territory.
I wasn’t impressed with the iPhone 7. In fact, we as a collective unit at SoyaCincau weren’t impressed with it either. When it came to breaking ground in the development of tech — something Apple was so good at — I honestly felt the iPhone 7 broke nothing.
But on the sales front, things were a little different. Apple just posted their financial report for last quarter (Q1 2017) and it turns out that they’ve sold more iPhones and generated more revenue than ever before, breaking multiple records along the way.
Apple‘s watchOS 3 proved to be a pretty significant upgrade for Apple Watch users. Not only did it make the most popular smartwatch in the world faster, it also packed familiarity plus a whole bunch of new features into Cupertino’s wearable.
Now, Apple’s adding a few more useful features with watchOS 3.2.
Following Uber’s launch in Kuantan a few days ago, Uber Malaysia is now rolling out fixed fares in three more states across the nation.
Japan’s a beautiful country with gorgeous sights and a fascinating culture. But, if you don’t speak/read the language, it can be an incredibly tricky place to traverse.
The good news is that you probably won’t have to do that anymore because Google‘s announced that Japanese will be the 30th language supported by their awesome Word Lens.
In the spirit of the Chinese New Year, local ride-hailing service Grab will now deliver Yee Sang straight to you via GrabCar.
Last year Google introduced ride-sharing services into their Maps application as a form of transportation type alongside the car, public transport and walking. This year, the software giant is taking that implementation one step further.