A Japanese tech site has suggested that the Apple iPhone 7 will not include a headphone jack. Apparently, the removal of the jack is part of an effort to further slim down the upcoming device; although the rumour suggest that the this would only result in a device that is 1mm thinner than the current model.
Just recently, HTC Malaysia has posted a rather intriguing teaser on its Facebook page. Beyond the vague message that “something exciting” is coming for Christmas, the teaser did not mention any particular device. However, things are a little clearer once we did a little searching on SIRIM.
Xiaomi has always engaged its fans through various meetups and experiential events, and now, it is inviting audiophiles to try out its latest audio product: the Mi In-ear Headphones Pro. As these earphones feature the combination of one dynamic and two balanced-armature drivers, it could be a product audiophiles find interesting.
AMD’s new graphics control centre released late last Friday, and it was a relatively smooth transition. Aside from a small bug that caused some graphics cards to lock their fan speed a a mere 20-percent; which resulted in burnt out GPUs. AMD is aware of the problem, and has promised to issue a fix for the bugged software by today.
The Raspberry Pi foundation made waves when it announced the $5 (about RM20) Raspberry Pi Zero on Friday. The prospect of such a cheap computer looked to be too much to resist, and the stocks of the device were emptied within 24 hours. In addition to this, every copy of MagPi magazine – which included a Raspberry Pi Zero – was also sold within the same time period.
Acer has just launched three new affordable smartphones in Malaysia: the Liquid Z330, Z530, and Z630. While these are by no means flagship devices, they are perfect for consumers who are looking to get their first smartphone. Other than that, the Liquid X2 is also set to arrive in Malaysia soon.
School’s out and the holiday season is here. With Thanksgiving over and Christmas just around the corner, it’s that time of the year to shop for gifts for your loved ones. It is expected that 70% of Malaysian shoppers will buy more gifts this year compared to the previous year.