- Mobile Phones
Wednesday, 25 Sep 2013
According to a teardown report by IHS, Apple spends about US$191 on components to build a 16GB iPhone 5S and US$8 on manufacturing the device for a total of US$199 (S$250). This makes it roughly the same as last year's iPhone 5, which IHS estimates cost Apple about US$205.
Monday, 23 Sep 2013
Apple just announced that it has sold 9 million new iPhones in just three days after its launch on 20 September.
M1 just announced the price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Hit the link to find out more.
The biometrics hacking team at Chaos Computer Club has successfully bypassed the biometric security of Apple's iPhone 5S' fingerprint scanner using a high-res photo of a fingerprint of the phone user taken from a glass surface and a latex mix.
Sunday, 22 Sep 2013
It's official: BBM is coming to Android and iOS this weekend. (Update: Global rollout paused for both versions.)
Friday, 20 Sep 2013
StarHub just announced the price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Hit the link to find out the contract pricing.
SingTel just announced the price plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which will be available for pre-registered customers on 27 September.
Consumers who have registered their interest for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can collect their devices starting 27 September from local telcos as well as Samsung Experience Stores. Alternatively, you may purchase the gadget from 28 September onwards.
The new Apple iPhones are launched today in Singapore, and we visited the telcos to get a gauge of consumers' reception towards the devices.
M1 has just informed customers who've registered their interest for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that its available for purchase and collection on the 27 September. Further details within the news.