The iPhone 5. AP
Want to be one of the first few people in Singapore to get their hands on the newly-launched iPhone 5?
Singtel today revealed that customers who want to purchase the phone can register their interest at https://www.singtelshop.com/iphoneroi/ from today.
Yesterday, M1 announced that customers will be able to register their interest online from today at www.m1.com.sg/iPhone.
And Starhub has announced that customers can register their interest at www.starhub.com/iphone.
For more information on the iPhone 5, read our preview at http://www.todayonline.com/Technology/EDC120914-0000041/Is-the-iPhone-5-worth-the-wait?.
Greetings from sunny San Francisco! We’re more than an hour away from the start of the keynote at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference but the attendee queue (mostly made up of developers) is snaking around the Moscone convention centre. Here’s a shot of the media queue (top) and the attendee queue (bottom):
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A funny thing happened last week.
I – previously an ardent supporter of the Windows Phone 7 platform and someone who had a brief but pleasant fling with the iPhone – decided to purchase a Samsung Galaxy Note, entering the unknown world of Android and completing the journey through the holy trinity of smartphone platforms.
The Samsung Galaxy Note, my first venture into the unknown world of Android.
I’ve missed a few things on both the iPhone and WP7, but I’m not switching back. Android wins.
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