Apple fanboys in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Japan can preorder the latest iPhone from September 12 and receive the smartphone on September 19, when it is available to nine countries in the first wave of its global launch. Surprisingly, China is left out of this initial list.
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30-year-old Wu Jiantong remains in ICU in a Beijing hospital, 10 days after he received an electric shock while connecting his iPhone 4 to a third-party charger. This is the second such case involving an iPhone in China, where the first had left a Chinese stewardess dead.
A man broke into an Apple reseller's store before dawn in a failed attempt to steal anything, ahead of the iPhone 5's official launch in China.
While there was no midnight launch this time for the Apple iPhone 5 as with previous handsets, some customers still queued up half a day before the device was made available at 8 a.m.
The three countries are among the first wave of nine markets worldwide that will sell Apple's latest smartphone on Sep. 21, but not all telcos may be supporting its LTE capability.
Singapore carrier M1 is offering 'camera free' iPhones on their website, marketed for military and government personnel banned from using smartphones with cameras.
Sales of the iPhone 4S have been suspended in Beijing and Shanghai, after huge crowds queuing outside Apple's main store in Beijing became unruly.
A colleague I know has had the same U.S. landline phone number for over 30 years, even while living in Beijing for 7 years -- it even works on his iPhone. Here's how...
The Apple iPhone 4 launches this Friday (Jul. 30) in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and 14 other countries.
update Apple's latest iPhone iteration will be available in another 17 countries, but Ovum analyst says the mobile device will face stiff competition from Google Android devices which offer "greater freedom" with apps.
Singapore mobile operator MobileOne counting on iPhone and mobile broadband to drive new services growth this year; raked in US$108 million profit in 2009.
Google's device unlikely to be iPhone killer but demonstrates company's commitment to driving more powerful apps, notes Singapore developer.
MobileOne inks agreement with Apple to offer iPhone to Singapore customers later this year, bundled with "tailored service plans". However, details remain scant.
I don't know about you, but there were only about 20 people waiting in line at the iPhone 3GS launch at the Apple Store in Atlantic City on June 19, 2009.Contrast that with this video of the iPhone 3GS launch in Singapore posted on the Apple 2.
A security flaw has been discovered in the iPhone OS that could allow attackers to gain root access to the iPhone OS and allow them to install and execute malicious programs at will.Charlie Miller announced the discovery of the vulnerability during a presentation at the SyScan conference in Singapore on Thursday.
An Apple job posted briefly on Thursday for an iPhone Quality Assurance Engineer in Beijing hints that company is getting closer to launching the device in China. According to AppleInsider the opening sought candidates "to focus on international releases of our iPhone and iPod touch products for Beijing.
I wrote about my Samsung OMNIA buying experiences in Singapore and wanted to post a first impressions article as I continue to work on a full review of the device. I purchased the 16GB white colored device and think it may be my new preferred Windows Mobile device. Like the HTC Touch Diamond, the Samsung Omnia is quite a departure from a standard Windows Mobile device and with the large 3.2 inch display it looks a lot like a direct iPhone competitor, but with far fewer limitations. The only thing lacking so far is 3G support for the US, but it does have a quad-band GSM radio and works with EDGE (2.5G) here in the US. I found two specific capabilities over the last couple of days that have me quite excited about the device and my T-Mobile SIM has now moved from my BlackBerry Curve to the Samsung OMNIA (SGH-i900) for the indefinite future.
It turns out that the air conditioning unit in my hotel in Singapore was cranking and I didn't realize it as we recorded MobileTechRoundup show #145 a couple of days ago so I am sorry for the background hum that still remains a bit in the audio file. We did talk about a few new devices that were announced, including the N79 and N85. Kevin ordered a MSI Wind that should be coming soon and I also just ordered a Kindle at a great price. James, Kevin, and I talked a bit about WiMAX and our hopes that it launches soon since it will supposedly allow multiple devices on the same account. Android is getting an application market store, similar to the Apple iPhone.
The Beijing Olympics came to a close last weekend, and Singapore spent much of this week celebrating the nation's lone medal--a silver piece from its women table tennis team. It's only the second in Singapore's young history, and comes 48 years after the first was won for men's weightlifting in 1960.
James, Kevin, and I had a chance to get back together over Skype and record MobileTechRoundup show #144 and talked a bit about the devices I planned to take to my work trip to Singapore. Kevin tells why he took back the Acer Aspire One and why he may end up getting another in a different flavor. We talked for quite a bit about the Treo Pro and I have to say after further usage that I may have some different thoughts when my full review goes live. We all three chimed in on thoughts of Palm and what the future may hold. Kevin then shared a freeware of the show for your iPhone that you need to grab before it becomes a commercial application.
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