If you’re planning to get the iPhone 6s on contract, you now have a fourth telco option in Malaysia. U Mobile which started to offer the iPhone 6 not too long ago has commenced its registration of interest for the latest iPhone duo.
UPDATE: Digi starts iPhone 6s pre-order on Friday, 9th October 2015.
It is just 16 more days until the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s lands officially in Malaysia. Following shortly after Celcom’s pre-order announcement, Digi has commenced its usual pre-registration of interest for the iPhone 6s.
Maxis is already selling the OnePlus 2 through the same infamous invite system that drew much flak when started by OnePlus. A selling strategy that conjured up to ensure that they sell products at an extremely small profit margin. Their stint so far has proven that while people really want to buy their devices, they can’t keep up with the demand. So much so till it has driven Carl Pei to ask Samsung for an internship position, so he’ll be able to learn about being a bigger name in the market.
UPDATE: You can register your interest for the iPhone 6s on Celcom.
For those who can’t wait to secure a unit, Celcom has just announced that they are offering pre-orders for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus beginning next Friday, 9th October at selected Blue Cube outlets nationwide. You should be able to pick up the device on the following Friday, 16th October. So far no pricing and plan details have been revealed yet but we should be seeing something from the telco by early next week.
Laptops, 2-in-1s, Surfaces’ and iPad Pros, what do they all have in common? They’re more productive than regular mobile devices; the commonality? A keyboard. Yes, the way we type dictate how productive we are, or at least for the time being.
So since we’ve seen that drafting long-winded text has always been a headache-inducing experience; hence, Google has reworked their existing Pixel brand to encase a new screen and bluetooth keyboard combination in the form of the Pixel C(onvertible).
Could this be a direct answer to the dwindling tablet sales? Convergence devices have a chance to occupy some market share and it seems that most manufacturers are coming up with some sort of variation to tackle this problem.
Ousting the 2 year old version, the new 2015 Chromecast is set to once again offer a better way to make your regular devices smarter; unspecific to it just being a TV anymore, with the Chromecast Audio. Coming in at a small form factor of 39.1grams the new streaming stick and its new music-inclined sibling now boast an improved WiFi frequency support, redesigned to now be a circle and include an integrated HDMI cable.
There’s a saying that good things come in pairs. And that appears to be the formula for new flagships like the Galaxy Note5/S6 edge+ and the more recent iPhone 6s/6s Plus. The Nexus project has always been a showcase of what Google can do if they have full control on both hardware and software.
In its 7th Nexus smart phone generation along with the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow, they had introduced not one but 2 Nexus smart phones that cater towards different users. With very little introduction required, the Nexus 5X is their new compact “flagship” while the Nexus 6P is their crème de la crème with a 5.7″ phablet form factor and top spec underpinnings.