Today, the 9th of January 2017, marks 10 years since Apple introduced the first iPhone ever — though the actual device was put up for sale on the 29th of June 2007. In a press release commemorating this momentous occasion, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the “best is yet to come”.
There aren’t many technological revolutions quite like Apple‘s original iPhone. It was so radical and revolutionary that it ushered on an entire generation of new devices that we now probably couldn’t live without.
That was almost a decade ago and Apple’s idea of the iPhone has changed over 10 different iterations. So, with the launch of the brand new iPhone 7, we thought we’d take a quick look back at one of the most storied smartphones in the world.
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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.
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.
Experiments are fun, mobile related experiments are even more so. MacRumors decided to record a blocked number’s attempts to call and text a blocker on an iPhone. And we’re sure that you’ve always wondered what actually goes on and whether these blocked numbers can actually reach you. This was what they found out.
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If you’re getting an iPhone 6s outright without contract, SenQ wants to make the switch easier. They have just announced a trade-up program where you can trade-in your existing iPhone to get as much as RM900 off on your next device.
Want Apple products at lower prices? Machines is doing another warehouse clearance sales at Citta Mall, where you can buy refurbished or demo iPods, iPads, iPhones and Macs for less. A demo iPad mini is going for as low as RM593 while a refurbished iPhone 6 is offered at RM2,432. If you’re looking for a computer, an iMac 20″ is going for just RM999 while a MacBook Pro 13 can be yours from RM1,440 (depending on year of model).
On top of that, there are special offers as well for selected accessories with iPhone cases going for RM10 each and you can nab 2x iPad Air folio cases at RM20. For the fitness buffs, Machines is offering 2 units of Jawbone UP24 at RM399.
Machines members can get an early preview this Thursday 30th July from 10AM to 7PM, while the rest of the public can enter starting this Friday 31st July until 2nd August, also from 10AM to 7PM. Take note that they are only accepting Cash and Credit card, while debit cards are strangely not accepted during sale. For those who are not familiar, Citta Mall is located at Ara Damansara along the highway leading to Subang Airport.
Check out the full list after the break.
Apple has always been reluctant of providing any expandable memory slots for its iPhone and iPad. If you’re stuck with just 16GB of storage, SanDisk’s iXpand flash drive could be the solution that you’ve been looking for and it is finally here in Malaysia.
This is basically a thumbdrive with a full sized USB for your computer and it also comes with a pop-up lightning connector that plugs into your iPhone or iPad. This allows you to backup and transfer your photos and videos out easily.
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A new iOS 8.3 update is now available for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. Apart from the usual bug fixes and performance improvements, the latest update also delivers a new emoji keyboard with over 300 new characters. If you are seeing some weird blocky alien emojis from your friends, it is because they are using the new emojis that are visible to those on iOS 8.3 or OS X 10.10.3.
Depending on what device you have, it is about 280MB-375MB to download and we recommend you to do so using WiFi. If you haven’t gotten any notifications yet, you can check under Settings > General > Software Update.
So you’ve gotten an iPhone or an iPad and you probably regretted buying a 16GB version instead of the larger storage model. If you’re feeling stuck for extra space or have the need to transfer files quickly via USB, SanDisk has introduced its new iXpand Flash drive that comes with both full sized USB and lightning connector.
This works like the Ultra Dual USB drive for Android devices that support USB (OTG) On the Go.