Mobile Phones: Apple iPhone 11
News & Reviews: Apple iPhone 11 Malaysia price
Is your iPhone 11's display suddenly not responding? Apple will replace the display for you for free!Last Updated: Dec 05, 2020
Apple has recently posted an update on their official website stating that any iPhone 11 smartphones that were manufactured between November 2019 and May 2020, may experience issues where their display might become unresponsive. With that being said, Apple mentioned that any unit of iPhone 11 between the dates mentioned will be eligible for a display module replacement, free of charge.
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2020
A recent statement by wccftech.com seems hints that Apple could drastically reduce the price of the iPhone 11 as soon as the iPhone 12 is unveiled sometime in the near future. While there is no official information on whether the price change will affect customers in Malaysia, we do know that the iPhone 11 is expected to start from the price of USD549 (~RM2294).
Last Updated: May 27, 2020
Back in early May, we reported on how Apple, Xiaomi and Samsung dominated the global top 10 smartphones in Q1 2020. It was first reported by Canalys, showing the iPhone 11 holding the top spot and this is further backed up by Omdia with another their own top 10 models in global smartphone shipments.
Last Updated: Mar 02, 2020
You probably have read some news about smartphones surviving the unthinkable, such as being able to function after being submerged underwater. For this Apple iPhone 11 case, it's a miracle for Lisa as her iPhone dropped into a lake but was later retrieved and still functioning normally.
Last Updated: Jan 27, 2020
The Apple iPhone 11 is now out on DxOMark getting a score of 109, placing it at number 10 with the Huawei P20 Pro. Just like in our review, DxOMark notes that the iPhone 11 delivers great camera performance all round but does have some issues with zoom or details for bokeh shots due to the lack of tele-lens sensor.
Last Updated: Jan 20, 2020
Right after Apple unveiled the new iPhone 11 series, we didn't expect the flagships to arrive so soon in Malaysia just after a week. Despite being pricey as usual, they still got sold out during the pre-order period and many customers had to wait for Apple Malaysia to restock. What is happening? Was the hype real?
If you're wondering whether the iPhone 11 really lives up to the hype, you've come to the right place. I've been using the iPhone 11 for about three months now, so this is not some quick review as usual. Is it still relevant in 2020? Here is my longterm review for the iPhone 11.
Last Updated: Dec 06, 2019
If you own an iPhone 11, you may have encountered a weird issue earlier this week. Reports claimed that the Apple smartphone would ask for the user's location data occasionally, even if you set all apps and services to note ask for your location.
Last Updated: Nov 29, 2019
It has been confirmed that Jony Ive is no longer working at Apple. He first announced his decision to leave earlier in June this year, ending a long stint at America's biggest tech company. Apple has not announced any replacement for the Chief Design Officer position at this point in time.
You could get an iPhone 11 with 200GB data and international phone protection on Digi's Phone Freedom 365!Last Updated: Sep 27, 2019
It’s that time of the year again! Apple recently launched their new iPhone 11 series, this time equipped with a triple camera setup and the Bionic A13 chipset. Now, the biggest question that comes up is which telco should you get the iPhone 11 series from?
Fortunately for everyone who is keen on getting it, Digi has recently started offering the iPhone 11 series via their Digi Phone Freedom 365 plan along with extras. These include services such as international phone protection, roam like home up to 10 countries as well as up to 200GB of Internet Data for you to use. So, is Digi's Phone Freedom 365 the best way for you to get the Apple iPhone 11? Read on and find out for yourself.
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2019
Jony Ive or Sir Jonathan Paul Ive, currently the Chief Design Officer at Apple has announced that he will be leaving Apple later this year. No actual reasons were given why (although some of us thought it could have been due to the polarizing Apple iPhone 11 design) but he plans to form an independent design company. Apple has backed up this statement and will continue to work closely.