16GB isn’t enough these days and Apple has revised its iPhone SE with more storage than before. Similar to its current iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 lineup, the iPhone SE is now available with 32GB and 128GB of storage.
If you’ve ever thought about picking up a brand new iPhone or moving to the iOS ecosystem, this may be the best time to do so as local authorised Apple retailer Switch is slashing RM250 off the base retail price for the iPhone SE.
We’re received unconfirmed but very convincing information that Apple may be introducing a new iPhone soon. It’s not going to be the successor to the iPhone 7 range instead it could very well be the model that will be replacing the iPhone SE as the cheapest iPhone you can get.
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.
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The iPhone SE is probably the best compact smartphone you can buy. It gets a top end processor and a 4K-capable 12MP camera in a smaller package. Just because it is smaller in size, doesn’t mean you have to skimp on data.
Now is probably the best time to get an iPhone SE as Celcom is offering it from as low as RM288 with the biggest postpaid plans in town.
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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Before the iPhone 7 goes on sale globally this Friday, the latest iOS 10 is rolling out now to existing devices. This is their largest update yet with a new lock screen with quick camera launch, improved Force Touch functionality and revamped native apps.
Right after the announcement of the iPhone 7, Apple has begun slashing prices for its current iPhone models in Malaysia. The base models for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are now RM500 cheaper and it comes with double the storage with a minimum of 32GB onboard.
Before Apple reveals the next iPhone, the Cupertino giant has announced its latest software update with iOS 10. According to Apple, this is the biggest update yet and we are running down the top 10 new changes that are coming to your iPhone.
AnTuTu has released their leaderboard for the best performing smartphones in May of 2016 and sitting at the top is a smartphone that you probably didn’t expect.
Here’s a hint, it has 6GB of RAM.