Over the weekend, the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were officially available in selected countries globally. And, as is now the norm, the grey market sprang into life, with retailers from other countries mobilising sizeable teams into action, joining queues in Apple stores to be the first to offer the new iPhones in their native markets – reaping plenty of profit along the way.
But hey, if there’s a willing buyer, there’s always a willing seller. So if you must have the new iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, here’s where you can get them in Malaysia.
For seasoned travellers, knowing where to find the best deals on flights and accommodation can make all the difference. The budget conscious always seem to know where to find exceptionally good deals, allowing them to stretch their Ringgit. Their biggest secret is perhaps the fact that finding a good deal isn’t actually that difficult.
What’s the optimum resolution for a smartphone display? This question has varying answers for many, but it is now being discussed more passionately than ever after two deeply contrasting phone launches in successive weeks: Sony’s monster 4K Xperia Z5 Premium, and Apple’s new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. The prevailing notion is that the more pixels there are, the better…but with Sony’s new pixel-dense phone, it begs the question: at what point does it become too much?
Naturally, Sony is just the latest in a long list of smartphone makers pushing the boundaries in pixel densities. There are surely some logic that goes behind this, which goes beyond just the consumers’ current needs. Let’s take a closer look behind both schools of thought.
With companies such as Withings developing the Activite and Activite Pop as well as nevo and its smartwatch of the same name, it is clear that there is a demand for a “hybrid smartwatch”: one that has some basic smartwatch functions, but does not need to be charged every other night. Recently, a new watchmaker has decided to jump into the scene.
When you’re in the market for a tablet, the Apple iPads are easily the most popular tablets in the market. But there are of course reasons why you may not decide to own one. Cost is one prohibitive factor, but another major factor is the ecosystem – most of us may already be heavily invested on Android to use an iOS product.
Hence, what are the best Android tablets should you consider for a seamless experience from a smartphone to a bigger screen?
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have finally been unveiled. Both devices will go on preorder on 12 September 2015 in a handful of countries, and will go on sale officially on 25 September 2015. Apple has already released the price of the new iPhones in the countries that will get the first wave of launch, and although Malaysia is not in the list, we’ll attempt to make a prediction for the price of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s in Malaysia based on these prices.
Apple has finally unveiled its latest iPhones – the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. In terms of design, these two new devices look identical to the previous generation iPhone 6/6 Plus, but on the inside, Apple has done quite a major overhaul. The are significant changes in the processor, camera, and new technologies in display and a whole lot more. Let’s take a deep dive through them, and compare them with this year’s best Android smartphones.
Apple’s “Hey Siri” September event in San Francisco was both a very long one and one that ended way too quickly. Announcements and feature overviews flew past as members of the media chase time and sanity to stay on top of things. Now that the event is over and all announcements have been made, here are the highlights from the event.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ have finally landed in Malaysia. They retail at RM2,699 and RM3,099 respectively, but if you do not wish to pay full price for the devices, you can also sign up for a contract with one of our local telcos, and enjoy the new phablets at a subsidised price. All four major telcos – Maxis, Celcom, Digi and U Mobile, are offering these latest phablets, but how do their plans stack up against one another?
Now that Maxis has finally revamped its MaxisONE postpaid plans to offer more data than before while maintaining the same unlimited calls and SMS to all networks, how does it compare to the rest of the postpaid plans in the market?
Here’s an updated list of postpaid plans offered in Malaysia by the four major telcos in the country – Maxis, Celcom, Digi and U Mobile.
We live at such an exciting period. The smartphone industry is at its most exciting in recent memory, and intense competition means a decent device can be purchased for not a lot of money. At the same time, innovations by future-thinking individuals are ensuring you can do so much more with just a smartphone.