When it comes to specs, Apple doesn’t officially disclose the amount of RAM and battery capacity for their mobile devices. Perhaps it is to keep things simple and usually, the amount of battery capacity doesn’t necessary represent real world battery life. iPhones in general are very power efficient considering they come with much smaller batteries than its Android rivals.
If you want to look up the nitty-gritty details of the new iPhone XS, XS Max and XR, we’ve finally gotten our answers from its TENAA certification listing in China. As you would expect with any large screen device, the iPhone XS Max has the most RAM and battery ever fitted on an iPhone.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are now available in selected first wave countries. If you prefer to get an official Apple Malaysia unit, it looks like you won’t have too long for the local release. Three new Apple devices have just gotten the green light from SIRIM.
Apple fans in Singapore who are in line for the latest iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max were greeted with a surprise last night. From the looks of it, it seems like one of Apple’s competitor have hijacked their first sale event.
When Apple announced the iPhone X last year, it was their most expensive iPhone yet. However, the high pricetag didn’t deter hundreds of people from queueing up overnight ahead of its official release.
Now we have the iPhone XS and Apple has raised the bar higher with a more premium iPhone XS Max that offers an even larger 6.5″ display and it comes with huge 512GB storage option. Will people still queue up for an even more expensive iPhone? Just check out the queue in front of the Apple Store in Singapore.
Apple’s latest iOS 12 is finally available and it’s rolling out now to supported iOS devices worldwide including Malaysia. If you’re still using an old iPhone 5s or iPhone 6, this new update might just make your device feel a lot snappier than before.
Apple’s new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be available starting next Friday in its key countries. Unfortunately, Malaysia isn’t included in its first and second wave list but it looks like we won’t have to wait too long before it is sold here officially. Celcom and Digi have already started teasing the upcoming iPhone models on their respective websites.
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Pre-orders for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are now available in first wave countries which include Singapore, Australia and the US. If you’re interested to get it ahead of its official availability in Malaysia, 11street is now offering pre-orders for the latest iPhone duo.
Apple has announced 3 new iPhone models this morning and it will be available for pre-order in first wave countries starting tomorrow. If you want a TL;DR version of what’s new, here are 10 things you need to know.
Following the announcement of the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, Apple has reduced its pricing for its older iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models in Malaysia. You can now get the base iPhone 7 with 32GB of storage for only RM2,199. That’s RM1,000 lower than its original launch price back in 2016.
The latest iPhone models are just getting more expensive. If we refer to Apple Singapore’s pricing, the iPhone XS is priced from RM4,974 for the base model with 64GB and it goes up to RM7,086 for the 512GB version of the iPhone XS Max. If you need a brand new iPhone but not willing to spend more than RM4,000, Apple has also announced a cheaper version that’s called the iPhone XR. This looks like a direct replacement of the smaller iPhone 8.