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  • Comparison: Apple iPhone X pre-order plans from Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile

    Comparison: Apple iPhone X pre-order plans from Celcom, Digi, Maxis and U Mobile

    The pre-order of the Apple iPhone X has officially started today and will officially launch in Malaysia on 24 November 2017. You know who else is excited about it? The big four local telco - MaxisCelcomDigi and U Mobile, of course. Everything you need to know is right here so here's what we know about what they are planning so far. Check it out below for your reference and comparison.

  • Apple iPhone X Face ID vs a 3D printed mask, who wins?

    Apple iPhone X Face ID vs a 3D printed mask, who wins?

    Is Apple's Face ID biometric security system is as safe as they claimed? This question has been thrown around for about two months now when Craig Federighi, Apple senior vice president, failed the Face ID demo during the Apple event on his first attempt. This has led to a 50-50 impression on the technology, as some still preferred the fingerprint scanner method, and out of nowhere, a cybersecurity firm, Bkav claimed that the Face ID is a flawed security measure and even released a video to prove it.

  • Apple iPhone X pre-order available from Celcom on 17 November 2017

    Apple iPhone X pre-order available from Celcom on 17 November 2017

    In this short announcement, Celcom Axiata Berhad has announced today that the 10th Anniversary iPhone - the Apple iPhone X will be available on 24 November 2017. Before the official launching date, customers will be able to pre-order iPhone X starting on 17 November at its Celcom Online Store or visit the nearest Blue Cube and Celcom Outlets nationwide. There's no official price on how much Celcom will offer, but it will definitely be through the FIRST postpaid plans such as Gold Plus, Gold Supreme, Platinum Plus and others, offering tons of Internet data + Video Walla, Music Walla, free network calls and much more. Be sure to book your calendar if you're looking forward to it, stay tuned for more Celcom news at TechNave.com

  • Apple iPhone X officially confirmed available in Malaysia on 24 November 2017, price is still from RM5149

    Apple iPhone X officially confirmed available in Malaysia on 24 November 2017, price is still from RM5149

    As expected, the Apple iPhone X has been confirmed to come to Malaysia on 24 November 2017. Just posted on the Apple Malaysia site with the words "Available 24.11", the iPhone X remains priced at RM5149 for the 64GB storage version and RM5899 for the 256GB storage version. Both are available in just Silver (or more commonly known as Panda) and Space Grey. No telco news and the like just yet, but we expect them to follow shortly. Stay tuned to TechNave.com and we'll keep you updated.

  • These Apple iPhone X drop and durability test videos really prove you'll need a good case or skin to go with it

    These Apple iPhone X drop and durability test videos really prove you'll need a good case or skin to go with it

    The Apple iPhone X offers Apple's answer to the 18:9 fullview display with their now signature notch, no more fingerprint sensor and Face ID. It is also, one of the first iPhones to have a back glass, which Apple currently offers on replacement for $549 (~RM2320). JerryRigEverything and SquareTrade both came out with durability and drop test videos strongly backing up the obvious need to buy a good case or skin with the iPhone X (which is expected in Malaysia in the coming months). Check them out for yourself here.

  • Apple iPhone X is the phone to beat for photos with 97 score on DxOMark

    Apple iPhone X is the phone to beat for photos with 97 score on DxOMark

    Imaging benchmarking platform DxOMark has given the Apple iPhone X a fresh overall high score of 97, which is way up there in the lists of smartphones with its notorious dual 12Mp sensors, including the wide-angle f/1.8 lens with optical image stabilization (OIS) for the main camera. The iPhone X overall is way up there in the list of smartphones only second to the powerful Google Pixel 2 due to a lower score of 89 for its video capabilities.

  • Apple iPhone X sold out within minutes for pre-orders in other countries!

    Apple iPhone X sold out within minutes for pre-orders in other countries!

    Pre-orders for the Apple iPhone X have just begun in some countries today and it’s already selling so fast that even Apple Inc. has released a statement telling walk-in customers that they are “encouraged to arrive early”. As if we needed the warning.

  • Apple iPhone X Malaysia price officially announced from RM5149 for 64GB storage version to RM5899 for 256GB storage

    Apple iPhone X Malaysia price officially announced from RM5149 for 64GB storage version to RM5899 for 256GB storage

    The Apple Malaysia store had a surprise today with their listing of the Apple iPhone X and their official pricing for the 64GB version at RM5149 and the 256GB storage version at RM5899. Colours come in space grey and silver but both colours and storage versions are currently unavailable. No specific Malaysia release dates yet but stay tuned to TechNave.com and we'll keep you updated.

  • 7 iOS features that are hiding in your iPhone

    7 iOS features that are hiding in your iPhone

    It's been a few weeks now since Apple has rolled out iOS 11, followed by iOS 11.0.1iOS 11.0.2iOS 11.0.3 and finally, the latest iOS 11.1 that was released on 31 October 2017. Anyway, for those who have gotten the latest iOS 11.1, the update may not seem like there are many changes except for the obvious new App Store design and the Control Centre. But there's more than meets the eye, check out our discovery of the Top 7 iOS features that are hiding in your iPhone (this should work on the iPad too, but we are focusing this on the iPhone).

  • TENAA reveals Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus RAM and battery level

    TENAA reveals Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus RAM and battery level

    As usual, Apple always never mentions the specified number on the RAM and mAh battery in their presentations. Leaving the rest of the world figuring out the figures, the company even has the audacity to post "lasts up to 2 hours longer than iPhone 7" on the iPhone X tech-specs list. Like, what does that even mean?! Anyway, we finally can rest easy as TENAA has finally unveiled the mystery.