Today is iPhone X day in Malaysia. If you’re thinking of getting one without a contract, you can order online from the Malaysian Apple Online Store.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have officially arrived in Malaysia. For those who prefer getting one without contract and without queuing, here’s an easier way to secure your unit online. The Apple Online Store for Malaysia is now accepting online orders and you can receive by next week.
The iPhone SE will be officially available in Malaysia next Friday, 13 May and you can place your orders right now on the Apple online store. The iPhone SE is Apple’s latest flagship smartphone offering a top spec A9 processor and a 12MP camera in a compact 4″ form factor.
Want the iPhone 6s without the troublesome stock hunt? Apple is now accepting orders for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus on their Online Store. At time of writing, all storage options (16GB, 64GB and 128GB) are available and you have the choice of all 4 colours including the new Rose Gold.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are officially available in Malaysia today, 6th November at the stroke of midnight. Apart from the big 3 telcos such as Celcom, DiGi or Maxis, you can also purchase it outright without contract through retailers such as SenQ, Machines, Switch and EpiCentre.
With stocks expected to be very limited on ground, you can now buy the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus online directly from Apple. In terms of price, the iPhone 6 starts from RM2,399 while the iPhone 6 Plus is offered from RM2,749. The full outright pricing below:
iPhone 6 16GB – RM2,399
iPhone 6 64GB – RM2,749
iPhone 6 128GB – RM3,149
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 6 Plus 16GB – RM2,749
iPhone 6 Plus 64GB – RM3,149
iPhone 6 Plus 128GB – RM3,549
Stock availability wise, the iPhone 6 will be shipped within 5-7 working days while the bigger iPhone 6 Plus will take a bit longer with an estimated 1-2 weeks. All 3 colours are available so if you haven’t pre-ordered and don’t want the hassle of hunting your preferred unit, this would be a better option.
To place your order, head over to Apple’s Online Store.
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The iPhone 5S is now priced at RM1,999 for its 16GB, which is RM400 off its previous price while its 32GB capacity gets a massive RM550 cut. Meanwhile its colourful iPhone 5C line up has been revised a single 8GB option that’s priced at RM1,499. This makes the iPhone 5C 8GB their official entry-level model in Malaysia.
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If you’re looking for a cheaper way to own an iPad in Malaysia, it looks like there will be an option to purchase a certified pre-owned unit very soon. One of our readers have spotted a Refurbished iPad section on Apple’s Online Store but the image is not linked properly at the moment.
According to Apple’s Certified Refurbished FAQ, some of these units were returned due to technical issues which have been resolved under strict Apple quality control. Before it goes on sale, it is treated like brand new product where it undergoes testing, repackaging and it even gets a new serial number.
Obviously the main benefit is getting substantial savings over an actual brand new unit. For greater peace of mind, it is also covered by a standard 1 year limited warranty as you would have on a fresh new product. So far there’s no details of when Apple will commence such sales in Malaysia but we reckon stocks would be very limited. You can check out yourself at the iPad section of Apple’s Malaysia Online Store.
Thanks BorneoBoi for the tip!
The 3 year old iPad 2 is officially retired from Apple’s Online Store. Taking its place is the newer 4th generation iPad with Retina display which retains the same entry level price of RM1,199 for 16GB WiFi and RM1,599 for 16GB WiFi + Cellular model.
Those who are in the market to buy the first generation iPad mini would probably be better off topping up additional RM250 for a better Retina Display and faster A6X processor. As comparison, the iPad mini is priced at from RM949 for 16GB WiFi and RM1,379 for 16GB WiFi + Cellular. If you’re interested, you can check out Apple’s Online Store here.
As for the new affordable iPhone 5C, there’s still no signs of its 8GB version. If it’s available here, we are likely to see a RM300-400 cheaper price tag than the current 16GB iPhone 5C that’s currently priced at RM1,999.
We hope nobody had ordered an iPad 2 in the past few weeks.
Apple has yet to released a low-cost version of its iPad and iPhone devices. For each new model they announced, Apple has still maintained the several generations old models with smaller storage capacities as their affordable option to own an iOS device. The cheapest official new iPhone you can purchase is the 8GB iPhone 4S that’s currently selling at RM1,499. If that’s not old enough, the iPad 2 is still selling at RM1,199 for the 16GB WiFi version.
Word has it that Apple will be retiring these old models tomorrow, giving a fresher alternative for those seeking to buy an official iPhone or iPad for cheap. The colourful iPhone 5C that’s spotted with 8GB capacity is now speculated to be the new entry-level iPhone. Meanwhile the iPad 2 is set to be retired and will be replaced by a lightning-connector friendly 4th generation iPad with Retina Display. The 4th gen iPad was initially discontinued right after the new iPad Air was announced last year.
The pricing of these new entry-level devices are speculated to be priced slightly higher than the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 that we are having right now. Let’s see what happens when the Apple’s Online Store gets refreshed tomorrow.
Apple will be holding a one day only sale this Friday, January 10 for its online stores across Asia. You can expect discounts and deals for Apple products and maybe accessories but no details have been released. What has been revealed is that shoppers can enjoy free shipping with purchases above RM250.
You can check out what’s on offer on sale day here.