Friday, July 10, 2009

IPhone 3G[S] will reach Malaysia end of July

The Apple iPhone 3GS was all anyone could talk about after the news broke of its new and improved features at this week's Worldwide Developers Conference 2009. It looks to be yet another lust-worthy gadget from Apple but the most important info you can take away from this is that it will be launched in Malaysia sometime in late July, a source close to Maxis says.
Plenty of questions abound of course, one of pressing ones about whether the price for the iPhone 3G will drop in Malaysia, reflecting upon the price decrease in the States. We've got no confirmation on this but our guess is, it won't drop by much.

But if you're one of the few who just got their iPhone 3G, don't forget that you can get phone updated with the iPhone OS 3.0. The software updates will allow you to cut, copy and paste text, send MMS (OMG, FINALLY) and record voice memos, amongst others. The software update is available from 17 June. Check out more info here.

And this may be redundant information by now, but for those wondering what are the key differences between the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3GS, this nifty comparison chart here will help.

What are your initial reactions though? Going to upgrade your iPhone 3G to the 3GS? Converting from your Blackberry to Apple? Or lusting after other "iPhone killers" like the Palm Pre or the Nokia N97?

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