Well, the answer is yes: Celcom will indeed offer iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to their customers very soon. That being said, don’t get too excited just yet.
[UPDATE, 850PM]: Maxis has opened a website to collect details from users that interested, in order to determine their “readiness to purchase the iPhone 6″. Read more for details.
[ORIGINAL STORY, 653PM]:
As you might have heard, Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be released in Malaysia on Friday, 7 November. In case you are still sceptical of the announcement made by the
Yellow Man DiGi, Maxis has also confirmed that it will be offering the new smartphones from Apple on the same day.
Want to get the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in Malaysia? DiGi has just sent us an email saying that both devices will be coming to Malaysia on 7 November 2014, and of course, the telco will be offering it with their phone bundles. The telco has already opened its registration of interest page so, you know what to do. According to DiGi, the preorder for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from DiGi will begin on Friday, 31 October 2014.
Celcom has also started teasing the iPhone 6 on its main page, saying that both devices are coming soon.
Maxis still hasn’t updated its teaser yet, but I guess it shouldn’t be too long till the telco takes the curtains off the teaser. Maxis has just announced that they will be offering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus too. Are you excited yet?
Apple has finally revealed its Q4 2014 financial results. Thanks to strong iPhone, Mac and App Store sales, the company is reporting US$42.1 billion in revenue and US$8.5 billion in net profit. In the same quarter last year, Apple reported revenue of $37.5 billion and net profit of US$7.5 billion.
New iPhone owners in China have apparently been subject to a dedicated man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack from their own government. Users have been reporting that all connections to iCloud.com are currently being blocked by the Great Firewall of China, and those connections are being redirected to a dummy site requesting their login credentials. A similar attack is also being directed at Microsoft’s Login.live.com gateway.
News has surfaced that Mac OS X Yosemite has been collecting user information through the Spotlight feature. Spotlight is Apple’s built in search function that not only searches a user’s hard disk, but also the internet through Microsoft’s Bing search engine. Aside from conducting the search, it will also return that search data plus the user’s location to the Apple servers.
After making a stealthy appearance at Computex 2014 earlier this year, the new ASUS Republic of Gamers G551 gaming notebook is now in Malaysia. Available in two different variants, the G551 serves as the latest entry point to RoG series with the help of its starting price tag of RM 3,499.
Over the past few months, most major smartphone manufacturers have been busy announcing and launching their flagship smartphones. We saw many smartphones being announced earlier this year in MWC 2014, and back in IFA 2014, a whole lot more were released. Shortly after that, Apple held an event to take the curtains off its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and just last week, Google revealed the brand new Nexus 6 that features top-of-the-line specs. So how do all these devices stack up against each other? We have a spec sheet for that.