The Apple Watch is no longer just the world’s most popular smartwatch. It’s also currently the world’s number one watch.
For its third generation smartwatch, Apple has retained its iconic square face design but they have added more functions for greater freedom. In last year’s Series 2, Apple had added GPS and water resistance for swimming so that you can use your watch in more places than before. For this year, they are making the watch more independent and you can use it standalone almost anywhere without having to bring your iPhone.
After its making its global debut in India, the new vivo V7+ is finally making its way to Malaysia. Taking its selfie game up a notch is a 24MP front camera and it comes with a Full View display that gives you a 6.0″ screen in a typical 5.5″ smartphone body.
UPDATE: Apologies, the early release shown here is exclusively for iOS 11 Beta users. If you’re a Beta user, you can check for updates under Settings > General > Software Update.
Malaysia is once again being left out from the first wave of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X release. While other countries are getting their new iPhone sometime next week, it appears that Malaysia is having better luck in software instead.
As announced during Apple’s keynote event, the final iOS 11 public release will be available to all supported devices on 19 September 2017 but those who have joined the Beta program can start downloading the final release of iOS 11 a week before everyone else.
Finally, Apple has made some significant progress when it comes to charging their newest iPhone. To embrace wireless technology fully, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X now support wireless charging. That made a huge impact on the aesthetics as both iPhone models use glass for the back instead of metal.
Another key feature which didn’t get enough mention is Fast Charging. Yes, you can finally charge faster on a cable.
Before you get all excited, there’s one thing that would put you off, especially if you’re going to spend more than RM5,000 on a new phone.
Beginning with the iPhone 3GS, Apple has always introduced an all-new model every 2 years. In a tick-tock cycle, each iPhone gets an incremental update model before it gets a full refresh the following year.
When most people are expecting a brand new design for the iPhone 7, it retained the same looks of its now 3-year old iPhone 6. The only major difference is a dual-camera bump on the iPhone 7 Plus and a new paint job.
Today, Apple has announced the iPhone 8 and although it is a whole new number, it still looks like an iPhone 6 but with more glass just to support a new form of charging. That’s four years in a row with the same design. So what’s really new? Read on to find out.
The iPhone X (pronounced as iPhone 10) is most anticipated iPhone by far. With the manufacturers being obsessed with bezel-less phones with an all-screen display, Apple has finally responded with a futuristic phone of its own.
While the iPhone 8 uses the same traditional design for 4 years in a row, the iPhone X marks their biggest reinvention in 10 years.
With the iPhone 8 and iPhone X revealed, Apple has immediately slashed prices for its existing iPhone models. Apple now maintains a total of 5 models in the lineup with the iPhone SE hitting the entry-level segment followed by the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 7.
If you don’t mind not having the latest, here’s the latest pricing for the current iPhone models.