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 finally unveiled its latest generation of iPhone models – the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. They are the successors of the iPhone X and both of them feature an edge to edge display that comes with a notch. In case you’re wondering, it’s pronounced as the iPhone “Ten” S, not the iPhone “Axe” S.
We are less than 24 hours away before Apple unveils its next-generation iPhone models. In terms of design, they will look almost indistinguishable from the iPhone X based on the leaks we’ve seen so far. For the upcoming model, it appears that Apple is finally jumping on the dual-SIM bandwagon based on several new leaks including a teaser from a telco.
Apple will be introducing their latest 2018 iPhone models in less than 13 days time which will replace its current iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. The next device will be based on the iPhone X and you can expect a couple of upgrades thrown in. The folks at 9to5mac claim to have an exclusive image of the purported iPhone XS and it will come in two sizes.
UPDATE: Here’s a peek at the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus and Apple Watch Series 4.
After Samsung had introduced their Galaxy Note9, it’s time for Apple to unveil their latest iPhone models for 2018. The folks at Cupertino have finally dropped a date and it’s taking place in less than 2 weeks from now.