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.
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.
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.
Earlier this month, Apple had announced iOS 12. While it will be released officially later this year, you can give it a try with its iOS 12 public beta release. It’s available today and you can download it on your spare iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.