The much-awaited Apple iPhone 12 is finally out, albeit a little later than usual this year. The powerful new line-up comprises the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Across the board, the new smartphone series gets 5G connectivity, edge-to-edge Super Retina XDR displays (bye, bye LCD), a new Ceramic Shield front cover, Apple A14 Bionic chip, and surprise, surprise…MagSafe wireless charging. The Pro models also feature a LiDAR camera, first debuting on the new iPad Pro.
Celcom is the second telco to reveal its 2020 iPhone SE pre-order packages today. Apple’s new pocket rocket is only available for sale via the Apple Online Store and Apple Store app. However, interested buyers can also pre-order the device from Apple authorised resellers, as well as local telcos like Celcom and Digi. Through Celcom’s EasyPhone Own device ownership programme, you can take home the iPhone SE from as low as MYR164 per month all-in with a Celcom Mega plan.
The 2020 iPhone SE goes on sale in Malaysia today via the Apple Online Store and Apple Store app. For those who prefer other retail channels will need to hang on a week longer; they can however, start pre-ordering starting today including Apple authorised resellers, as well as local telcos. Digi has revealed its iPhone SE plans, offering all-in monthly payment plans from as low as MYR158 per month.
Apple’s potential sleeper hit—the 2020 iPhone SE will be available for sale on 11 May 2020 through the Apple Online Store and the Apple App store. It is also expected to hit Apple Authorised Resellers and select carriers later in the week. For those who want to ensure they can secure a unit, though, they can pre-order from Apple Premium Resellers Machines and Switch starting 9.00AM on Monday.
Despite big-screen smartphones being the new normal these days, there is still a pocket of people who prefer smaller, more affordable phones. This “pocket” of people is a substantial market it seems. Big enough for Apple to introduce the iPhone SE in 2016. On Wednesday, following various leaks and speculations, Apple launched the successor to its cheap and powerful device—the 2020 iPhone SE.
[UPDATE] Added more details on pricing from telcos and Apple authorised resellers.
We’re a couple of days away before the big iPhone launch where Apple is expected to unveil three new iPhones. Up to this point, the names of the new devices have been speculated to death – iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Plus/Max, iPhone Xc. The latest leak though, has revealed that the entry-level model may be called iPhone 9, and not iPhone Xc as previously believed.
Apple has sent out invites for its special media event entitled ‘Let Us Loop You In,’ happening on Monday, 21 March 2016. The event will kick off at 10AM PT and will take place at the company’s Town Hall auditorium, at 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino.