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.
This year’s Merdeka celebration is a special one. It’s the first to be held under a new administration with Tun Dr. Mahathir making a comeback as Malaysia’s 7th Prime Minister.
To immortalise the moment, four Malaysian photographers have hit the streets of Putrajaya and KL to capture the festivities using the iPhone X.
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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.
One of the interesting things we noticed when we tuned into the big Galaxy Note9 launch in New York last week was how little Samsung actually talked about the camera. There was no DxOMark score, no huge segment comparing it and its competitors, nor was there much emphasis on the handset’s camera hardware.
Was Samsung unconfident with the Galaxy Note9’s camera performance? Does this best-Note-ever actually have a sub-par camera in its class? Does the Note9’s camera actually suck?
Harrowing times, I know. But we thought we’d find out for ourselves by pitting the Galaxy Note9 with the best smartphone cameras we could find in our smartphone stable. Here’s how the Note9 stacks up to the best.
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Since the iPhone X was introduced last year, many manufacturers have released at least a smartphone model that carries a notched display and a familiar vertically mounted dual-camera bump. Motorola and a handful of brands have stayed away from this “despicable” trend but unfortunately, they have succumbed to peer pressure with their latest P30 smartphone.
Shortly after announcing its latest quarterly financial results, Apple is now a company that’s worth over US$1 trillion. That’s a thousand billion US Dollars or RM4,080,500,000,000 in our local currency. At the time of posting, Apple’s current stock price is US$207.39 and it gained about 9% from US$191 just two days ago.
IDC has just released its global smartphone shipment numbers for Q2 2018 and there’s a major shakeup in the top 3. While Samsung still dominates the #1 spot with a shipment of 71.5 million units, Huawei has overtaken Apple for the second spot and they command a market share of 15.85%.
A week ago, Samsung had released a series of videos that made fun of the iPhone X‘s supposed shortcomings. The Korean smartphone maker has just released another batch of videos and this time they are taking a slingshot at the iPhone X’s notch. And yes, the notch guy is back and he brought his family along as well.
After making fun of Apple’s throttling issue on older iPhone models, Samsung is back with another round of ads that poke fun at the iPhone X. The four-part series covers the lack of a headphone jack, lower camera ranking on DxOMark Mobile, fast charging and LTE speeds.
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.