When you buy an Apple product, you always expect top notch customer service from its authorised service providers. I personally had issues with my old iPhone 5 and 1st gen Apple Watch, which they have replaced for free despite being out of warranty.
Sometimes these issues are unavoidable but what matters most is the way they solve your problem. To enhance its customer service experience, Apple has released its Apple Support app for Malaysia. This acts as a one-stop app for personalised assistance.
The iPhone 6 is turning 4 years old very soon and it’s currently the most affordable brand new iPhone you can buy right now. When the GST rate was reduced to 0%, the iPhone 6 32GB price was slashed from RM1,299 to RM1,225. For greater savings, you can get this entry-level iPhone with an additional RM136 discount.
There are a lot of great shorts — and even feature-length films — shot entirely on smartphones like the iPhone X. In some cases, it’s truly staggering how capable these little devices are as serious video tools. Sure, they need some help, but expensive cameras do too — that’s just part of the filmmaking art.
This latest short though, I’m a little on the fence about.
Malaysia’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) is zero-rated starting from today. Consumers can expect to pay lower prices without the previous 6% tax and that includes devices as well as telco services.
Apple has just updated their current iPhone pricing and you can read on for the full price list with 0% GST.
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Apple has released its new iOS 11.4 update which offers a significant change for iMessage. If you own multiple Apple devices this feature will keep all your messages in sync and they are all stored in the cloud.
Celcom has just revamped its EasyPhone instalment program and they claim to offer the most flexible smartphone offering in Malaysia. Apart from having low monthly payments, Celcom is also giving you the option to rent a smartphone from as little as RM35/month.
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Can you imagine? It has been 20 years since Apple launched its first iMac. The device has made such a huge impact in today’s world on how we perceive and use technology. To honour this iconic amazing machine, Spigen came up with a little surprise for all of us.
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Late last year, Samsung had released a Galaxy Note8 video that basically tells iPhone users to grow up. Somewhere between the scenes, you’ll notice a guy with a “notch” haircut which is a clear jab at the iPhone X.
The 90s saw the rise of the internet. Before smartphones were a thing, the only way to go online is through a computer that’s hooked up via a dial-up connection. While most computers were beige boxes that are complicated to setup, Apple had introduced the iMac in 1998. Today marks its 20th anniversary and it has certainly changed the way we look at desktop machines.
Xiaomi has made a huge comeback in 2017. Not only it has regained its top 5 global smartphone position, they have also overtaken OPPO for the #4 spot worldwide.
According to IDC’s Q1 2018 mobile phone tracker report, global shipments have declined from 344.4 million to 334.3 million year-over-year for Q1. They added that China market is showing signs of a slowdown as their shipments have dropped below 100 million units for the first three months of 2018.