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.
|Apple, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Mobile Devices, News|
|apple, Apple Malaysia, Apple Malaysia Online Store, Apple Online Store, Apple Store, Apple Store Malaysia, Apple Watch, iPad, iPhone, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone X Malaysia, Lazada, Lazada Apple Store, Lazada Malaysia, MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook pro, Retina MacBook|
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.
If you’re looking for the best deal for the iPhone X in Malaysia, we got some good news for you. Last week, some retailers have started offering the iPhone X for less than RM5,000 and now you can get one with further discounts as much as RM400 off. This is the lowest price yet for the latest iPhone.
Some of you may not know this but not all iPhone models are the same. Depending on where you get it, the iPhone X uses two different modems which obviously delivers different results.
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.
Love the iPhone X but don’t want to pay more than RM5,000? The moment you’ve been waiting for is finally here. Just a week after the iPhone X is officially released in Malaysia, you can get one now with extra savings.
It looks some iPhone X units are having issues with its Super Retina display. Some owners have reported having a single green line appearing vertically across their screens which appears to be a hardware defect.
During the launch event for the V10, honor President, George Zhao, took the opportunity to tease what appears to be their answer to the Apple’s new killer feature. When the iPhone X was launched, Face ID was the main highlight which Apple claims to be good enough to replace Touch ID. On top of that, the module also enables Animoji that’s exclusive to the iPhone X.
Face ID is probably one of the handiest security features a phone could have, but it looks like it’s still not quite foolproof as the guys in Vietnamese cyber-security research firm Bkav managed to crack it once again.
For those who prefer to own an iPhone X on a prepaid plan, Xpax is offering the latest Apple device on EasyPhone. There’s no upfront payment required and you don’t even need a credit card to apply. Retailing at RM5,189 for the 64GB version, the iPhone X can be yours at RM254/month.