A few days ago, a bug involving an Indian Telugu character was found to cause some serious problems for Apple users. It seems that iOS, watchOS and even macOS devices have trouble rendering this character and it causes the respective apps to crash.
It’s a critical bug since anyone with ill-intentions can send you a text with this character and you won’t be able to open your messaging app again as long as the character continues to be displayed. This even affects Facebook, Twitter and on any social platform that allows anyone to post this problematic character.
Due to the severity of this bug, Apple has finally released a fix and it’s available now to all iOS users with iOS 11.2.6.
Lazada is now an official authorised reseller of Apple products in Malaysia as well as 5 other countries in the South East Asia. The Apple store has finally gone live and they are offering significant discounts on genuine iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and original accessories as much as RM1,500 off.
For easy reference, we’ve listed out the notable offers after the break.
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If you’re looking for the latest Apple products, you can finally shop with greater confidence on Malaysia’s top e-commerce site. Lazada Malaysia now has an official Apple Store and it carries the full array of products and accessories including the latest iPhone X, iPad Pro, Apple Watch and more.
Apple has finally released iOS 11.2 and every iPhone and iPad user should download this software update right away. Apart from new features, it also fixes a lot of bugs including the infamous calculator issue.
The latest crop of iPhones which include the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X are finally supporting wireless charging using the Qi standard. At the time of launch, it only supports the standard 5 watt (5V 1A) output which is pretty slow when compared to Samsung’s Fast Wireless Charging support that does 9 watt (9V 1A).
Fortunately, there’s a way to speed that up and you can enable it with Apple’s upcoming software update.
The Maxis Zerolution program allows anyone to own a brand new smartphone with easy monthly instalments and RM0 upfront. On top of that, you can swap phones every 12 months hassle-free for an extra monthly fee.
Now it appears that Maxis has stopped offering iPhones on Zerolution and if you plan to get one from Maxis, you’ll need to take up a standard contract plan.
Dear iPhone users,
Do you feel like you haven’t grown up? Like you haven’t really stepped into the adult world and fulfilled your full potential? Maybe, or maybe not, but Samsung definitely thinks you can do better and in their latest witty jab at Apple, the company shows you just some of the things you’re missing out on over at Camp iOS.
Don’t want to fork out over RM5,000 for the iPhone X? Now you can get the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus with up to RM450 off. These are official units with Apple Malaysia Warranty and they are fulfilled by Lazada Malaysia themselves.
Apple has just announced its latest quarter results for the fiscal 2017 fourth quarter which ended on 30 September 2017. Overall, Apple is doing very well with more units sold across all product categories compared to the same period last year.
They have sold 10% more iPad and Macs year on year while services, which include app store purchases, iCloud and Apple Music subscription have increased by 34% in revenue. For other products which include their Apple TV and Apple Watch have also shown a revenue increase of 36%. Overall, they have posted a total revenue of $52.58 billion which marks a 12% increase year on year.
I’m all about big-screened smartphones. The extra real-estate, the more immersive media consumption experience, and the sheer amount of content you can view at a glance is awesome for a heavy user like me.
I thought, for the longest time, that I’d never be able to go back to a device with a screen smaller than 5 inches. Moving to a sub-5” smartphone sounded like an absurd downgrade to me…until I started using Apple’s iPhone 8. It turns out that it wasn’t so much the size that I minded — I was just using all the wrong small phones.
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