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Last Updated: Nov 06, 2015
Yes, you read that right. A shop in China has figured out how to upgrade your Apple iPhone or iPad’s storage up to 128GB of space without causing it to brick on you. How did they do it? Hey, it’s China. They can do anything.
Apple products aren’t easy to modify, as they install a software protection that verifies the hardware in the right configuration. That’s not even the main problem, because you need special tools to work on the hardware and chips and it’s difficult to do so. Not to mention, the iPhone 5s’s motherboard is really tiny to be ejected out safely for the memory chip inside. According to the shop owner, he has very little trouble with iPads and the iPhone 6 is easier to handle but the iPhone 6s is still untested.
Last Updated: Dec 02, 2015
Do you remember the last time a smartphone that looks like the Apple iPhone 6? That’d be the HTC One A9 that we covered previously. Of course, HTC isn’t the only one doing that and we found others too that looks even more painfully obvious to the iPhone models. Here are the models that we think looks like an Apple iPhone clone that most people have never heard of in no particular order:-
Criteria - 1) Not affiliated with Apple 2) Design model similarities 3) Back cover doesn't count
Last Updated: Apr 06, 2015
On one hand you have the Apple iPhone 6, the smartphone that started the whole bendgate issue and on the other, you have the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, currently the only smartphone in the world with a curved dual-edge screen. Now the Galaxy S6 edge also has a metal frame and is covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 4 on both the front and back. Therefore, how would both smartphones fare in a drop test? Check out the drop test of both the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge vs the Apple iPhone 6 for yourself below as the results are quite surprising.
Last Updated: Mar 18, 2015
U Mobile recently announced the first of it's kind deal in Malaysia for the Apple iPhone 6 andiPhone 6 Plus. Utilizing a new U Microcredit plan you can now get said smartphone from as low as RM98 a month. This is different from previous Malaysia Telco deals because you are paying more for the phone and not the dual combination of phone and plan. In this case it is more like buying a car than a smartphone with a telco plan. The upside is that there is no deposit and you are no longer tied to the plan and can choose to use a different provider if you choose to do so. There are conditions of course, you have to pay the first monthly installment fee plus a one-time administrative fee and you are tied to the U Microcredit deal for 33 months. There are also data plans as well which are not tied to any contract but you do have to pay the remaining phone price subsidy with no penalty. In addition, using a credit card to pay with auto debit monthly fees will allow you to get no upfront payment benefits. If you sign up on 19 March 2015, you also get unlimited Internet till 31 July 2015 for the i60 and i90 plans and until 30 September 2015 for the i130 plan. Check out the table below for more info:
Last Updated: Mar 10, 2015
Just recently, Apple Malaysia raised the local Malaysia pricing for the Apple iPhone 6, Apple iPhone 6 Plus and Apple iPhone 5s. A quick look at the price reveals that the pricing has gone up by about RM150 to RM200 with no difference to tech specs or features. This is probably due to the recent drop in value for the Malaysian Ringgit against the US Dollar which is currently is $1 to RM3.71. The Apple iPhone 5c remains the same though but we don't expect many people to be happy about that either. Hopefully, if the Ringgit goes up within this year, Apple Malaysia will cut the pricing back down but for now, we expect other Malaysia online stores and Malaysian Telcos to follow soon. Check out the complete price increase listing as follows:
- Apple iPhone 6, 16GB storage ~ RM2399 to RM2549
- Apple iPhone 6, 64GB storage ~ RM2749 to RM2949
- Apple iPhone 6, 128GB storage ~ RM3149 to RM3349
- Apple iPhone 6 Plus, 16GB storage ~ RM2749 to RM2949
- Apple iPhone 6 Plus, 64GB storage ~ RM3149 to RM3349
- Apple iPhone 6 Plus, 128GB storage ~ RM3549 to RM3749
- Apple iPhone 5s, 16GB storage ~ RM1999 to RM2149
- Apple iPhone 5s, 32GB storage ~ RM2199 to RM2349
- Apple iPhone 5c, 8GB storage ~ RM1499 (remains the same)
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2015
Goldgenie is famous for its customizations on flagship smartphones. The UK based company has gold plated many popular flagship devices like the Apple iPhone 6 to make the device a bit more unique. Now, the company has taken things to the next level. It has just announced the Diamond Ecstasy iPhone 6 edition which is probably the most you can spend on an iPhone. Customers are free to choose between three different coatings for their iPhone 6 – gold, platinum and rose gold. Once this is done, this special edition model gets studded with hundreds of diamonds around the edges. Even the Apple logo at the back is filled with this precious stone. If customers want something different, Goldgenie have them covered as they can choose between any other precious stone like rubies, emeralds, black diamond, pink diamond, sapphires and so forth for their device. But if someone really wants to take things to the highest level, then he or she can choose the precious stones and pretty much everything customizable on the phone. Goldgenie notes such a customization could cost up to $3.5 million which comes to around RM12.60 million. The company has already sold 5 such Diamond Ecstasy models which cost over $15200 (RM54727).
Last Updated: Nov 19, 2014
We take the Apple iPhone 6 out for a spin today with a hands-on video and a gaming demo of Asphalt 8:Airborne. The 4.7-inch display iPhone 6 is a surprisingly thin 6.9mm with a mostly metal body. Featuring the new A8 processor from Apple it should offer graphics and gaming performance better than the previous iPhone. We try this out in our hands-on video which you can check out for yourself in this article.
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2014
The Apple iPhone 6 remains one of the worlds most wanted smartphones even here in Malaysia. The 6.9mm thin smartphone is also one of the first Apple smartphones to have a display larger than 4-inches with features and tech specs on par with any other flagship smartphone. If you've been wondering what the Malaysia local priced version will get you then check out our unboxing video of the 64GB Apple iPhone 6. As expected of such a premium device, the insides are also fairly premium but do check out our unboxing video for yourself in this article.
Last Updated: Nov 05, 2014
Apple Malaysia just released the local Malaysia pricing for the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus tonight. A quick look at the price reveals that the pricing is as expected at RM2399 for the 16GB Apple iPhone 6 and RM2749 for the 16GB Apple iPhone 6 Plus. Like everywhere else, the two smartphones will be available in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options. The Apple iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c get price drops and are stuck to just 8GB, 16GB and 32GB storage options with the complete price listing as follows:
- Apple iPhone 6, 16GB storage ~ RM2399
- Apple iPhone 6, 64GB storage ~ RM2749
- Apple iPhone 6, 128GB storage ~ RM3149
- Apple iPhone 6 Plus, 16GB storage ~ RM2749
- Apple iPhone 6 Plus, 64GB storage ~ RM3149
- Apple iPhone 6 Plus, 128GB storage ~ RM3549
- Apple iPhone 5s, 16GB storage ~ RM1999
- Apple iPhone 5s, 32GB storage ~ RM2199
- Apple iPhone 5c, 8GB storage ~ RM1499
Last Updated: Nov 05, 2014
While we've already covered the various Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus bundles available for DiGi, they have also revealed where they are going to launch the smartphones as well. Like the other Malaysian Telcos, the DiGi launch will happen at 12.00am tonight at various locations in Malaysia. This includes the DiGi stores at Paradigm Mall in Petaling Jaya, Taman Molek in Johor Bahru, Api-Api in Kota Kinabalu, Jalan Kulas Tengah in Kuching, Pulau Tikus and Jalan Tun Ismail in Kuantan, Pahang. Check out the DiGi site for a full address list and directions complete with map (via Google Maps) for more information.