A few new tidbits about the upcoming iPhone 7 are out, and it looks like we’ve got quite a bit to look forward to with Apple‘s next flagship. Among those is an apparently thinner body, a bigger battery and a dual camera setup.
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.
The iPhone SE will be available for pre-orders in first wave countries tomorrow which includes the US, UK, Australia and Singapore. For Malaysia, there’s a chance that we could be getting it pretty soon as Maxis has started its registration of interest for the iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE packs a powerful A9 processor in a compact 4″ smartphone body but is it really as good as the iPhone 6s? As we wait for the iPhone SE to hit the shelves, it appears that the new device is faster than its bigger models.
The people at Apple are wizards. How else do they get away with selling everything they do as a reinvention of technology? It’s as uncanny as it is amazing and while you either hate Apple or love them, you can’t help but admire how well they get people to eat out of their hands.
Take their latest device, the iPhone SE, for instance. When Cupertino revealed it, I was blown away because it was the single most brilliant but dumb thing they’ve done.