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Apple iPhone 6s prices in Malaysia

The iPhone 6s is Apple’s latest offering to its sensation iPhone series. Among the features that made this iPhone stand out from its predecessors are the 3D Touch, 12MP camera sensor, and 4 video. It’s the most powerful iPhone to date which offers a good sum of hefty feature. Click here to know more about it.

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Prices updated on 26 Jun 2017

Apple iPhone 6s Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 2,900,000
Malaysia MYR 1,740
Philippines PHP 22,900
Singapore SGD 630
Thailand THB 12,200
Vietnam VND 6,450,000

About Apple iPhone 6s Malaysia

Apple iPhone 6s Malaysia

3D Feel in Every Touch

The iPhone 6s is something that will give your hands a different feel. With a single press on the screen of the new iPhone 6s, you’ll get to do more than ever. The 3D touch technology can recognize pressure on the screen, allowing you to long press on a certain icon or any part of the screen and provide more options to carry out your actions. For one, long pressing on the screen will bring out a list of things that you could do on an icon, message or a photo. The pressure sensitive screen opens a new world of possibilities for the phone.

The World’s Most Outstanding Mobile Camera

Its 12-megapixxel iSight camera can capture moments in great detail: pictures are sharp, it can absorb the light perfectly, and the quality is crisp. Its camera boasts tons of feature such as phase detection, auto focus, BSI sensor, HDR, and face detection – all of which are not just exclusive to its primary camera but also its front facing camera. As for the video recording capability, this is where the iPhone 6s stands out. It can shoot videos at 60 and 120 frames per second, making your video have a smooth finish. The 240, 120 and 60 frames per second recording capability of the video also gives it the power to record videos in slow motion. As for the resolution of the video, it’s an outstanding 4K quality. All thanks to its higher resolution sensor, this iPhone is capable of recording videos at 2160p videos at 30fps, 1080p at 60p, 720p at 240 fps.

Paramount Security at the Tip of Your Fingers

The fingerprint sensor of the iPhone 6s is faster and better. Touch ID is perhaps the most secured yet easiest way to unlock your phone and make purchases, and with the iPhone 6s, that experience will be a lot smoother and hassle free.

The Next Generation Processor

The iPhone 6s boasts an A9 chipset which runs on a desktop like processing speed. This chipset is equipped with a 1.85 GHz Dual Core Twister Processor, a Six Core Graphic Engine which is the PowerVR GT7600, and 2GB RAM. Not only does this phone aim to please the eye, but also it aims to perform and compete with the rest of the powerful smartphones in the market.

Expert Reviews

devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-09
Tim Cook called the iPhone 6S' 3D Touch a game-changer, and I'm inclined to agree. It became second nature to use it after only a couple of weeks' use, The native apps are already using the system well, and it's quickly becoming a fun game to work out whe...The battery life of the iPhone 6S leaves a lot to be desired – and while I'm a big fan of 3D Touch, I'm not sure that I'm happy with the fact I have to accept lower battery longevity to have the privilege, If Apple ever launches a smaller phone with the k...
Update: The iPhone 7 has arrived, so those looking for the latest iPhone will want check out our full review. For those who currently own a 6S, you can now get the new iOS 10 update on your handset.Apple's tagline for the iPhone 6S is ‘the only thing that...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-03-31
The iPhone 6S was reviewed at £539 for 16GB of internal storage. Apple scrapped its 16GB base model and replaced it with a 32GB base model. You can find the upgraded SIM-free iPhone 6S for £500 through Apple's website, at Carphone Warehouse and also Argo...
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lifewire.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-06
The iPhone 6 struck the right balance between size and weight, added key new features like Apple Pay, and improved foundational elements like battery life and storage capacity. Does the newer iPhone 6S measure up to the very high standard set by its pred...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-24
The fastest iPhone ever-by a long shot. Double the RAM and processing power. A Touch ID that works in milliseconds instead of second. Vastly improved cameras and video recording capabilities. And that 3D Touch display is going to change the way we interac...Quick Actions via 3D Touch take some getting used to and only a fraction of apps support them for now. Live Photos, while cool, probably won't be used much by most people
Apple has KILLED the 3.5mm headphone jack, which really does suck. The workaround Apple has come up with is an adapter which will ship with all iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 units.Apple updated the Home button as expected; the Home key has now been “completely re...
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laptops.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-01-26
Quality materials, Performance, Well designed, Apple PayPrice, Battery life, Gimmicky Live photos, 3D Touch
The Apple iPhone 6s is yet another strong product from the technology giant, continuing on the legacy of producing hugely popular smartphones in the market. However, there is nothing dramatically different or better with this model, merely useful improve...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-12
The fastest iPhone ever-by a long shot. Double the RAM and processing power. A Touch ID that works in milliseconds instead of second. Vastly improved cameras and video recording capabilities. And that 3D Touch display is going to change the way we interac...Quick Actions via 3D Touch take some getting used to and only a fraction of apps support them for now. Live Photos, while cool, probably won't be used much by most people
Apple has KILLED the 3.5mm headphone jack, which really does suck. The workaround Apple has come up with is an adapter which will ship with all iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 units.Apple updated the Home button as expected; the Home key has now been “completely re...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-12-05
Unparalleled performance, Excellent build quality, 3D Touch is a real timesaverBattery life isn't as good as the iPhone 6, 16GB doesn't provide nearly enough storage
Sign up for our daily newsletter Click here to jump to the full review. 05/12/2016: The China Consumers Association (CCA) has demanded that Apple take more action on reports of faulty batteries, after the tech giant offered battery replacements for som...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-08
3D Touch transforms the user experience, better cameras than before, familiar quality design and build, slick experienceScreen resolution still behind the flagship curve, no wireless charging, still an expensive purchase
Things change quickly in the smartphone world and what was once a company's flagship, becomes supposedly second best as it makes way for the latest and greatest. With the Apple iPhone 7 now on the shelves, what of the iPhone 6S? Is the 2015 flagship from...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Great design, 3D Touch impresses, Stable OSBattery life low, Live Photos don't always work, Price high for a lowres screen
Apple's tagline for the iPhone 6S is 'the only thing that's changed is everything' highlighting that the brand knows this is a phone that looks an awful lot like 2014's model.It makes sense that Apple would try its hardest to show that, despite the han...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-09-10
Should I buy an iPhone 7 or an iPhone 6s?Whether you should buy a new iPhone 7, or get Apple's iPhone 6s, is an interesting question.The iPhone 7 is Apple's latest smartphone, and comes with a raft of changes some popular others less so. Whenever it launc...
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techpinas.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Since yesterday's Apple iPhone 7 official announcement, I've been receiving a ton questions from Apple iPhone 6s owners (both friends and social media followers) who are wondering if they should upgrade to the newer model.
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Series 7000 aluminium will protect the phone, 3D Touch adds a new way to interact with your iPhone, Live Photos will be great to look back on in future, Touch ID is much faster and more responsive, Now cheaper with the release of the iPhone 7Same display resolution as the iPhone 6, No fast charging, No wireless charging, Camera performance in low light isn't the best
The highly-anticipated iPhone 6s was announced alongside the iPad Pro, iPad mini 4 and Apple TV at a special event hosted by Apple back in September 2015. Apple's iPhone 6s was promised to be faster than its predecessor whilst boasting a feature that Appl...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-08
The iPhone 6s was always going to be a fantastic smartphone. Just as every 'S' edition iPhone released before it, it's a quicker phone that adds more features than its predecessors but does so within the same chassis. It's likely more people than ever are...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-07
Sony's got a new breed of smartphone in town, with the Xperia X lineup arriving to offer shoppers a variety of feature and performance options (with an emphasis on camera capabilities and battery life), all tied around a unified design. Of all those new...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-24
Very fast continuous autofocus in video footage, Starts at 32 GB of storage, About $100 cheaper, Great allaround camera, Rich and quality app ecosystem, Thin and light chassis
Sony introduced a new portfolio of phones earlier this year, aiming to take a new direction from the aging Z-series. The Xperia X sits right smack in the middle of the new X-line in terms of specs, but not in price, so on paper it's not really the value-...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-07
Clean Android overlay, Enhanced audio recording, Great allaround camera, Rich and quality app ecosystem, Thin and light chassis
HTC took to heart all the criticism that its last few flagships endured, mainly for their camera performance, and came back with the HTC 10 this year that covers all bases. It is still housed in the premium metal chassis we know and like, but the camera...
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about.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-16
Mainly because, before the iPhone 6 , Cupertino refused to manufacture an iPhone with a bigger screen than 4-inches. While on the Android side, we were rocking devices with screen sizes ranging from 5 to 5.7-inches and sporting a display resolution much h...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-13
Stylish, beautiful phone, Bright and colorful display, Cheaper than most other flagship phones, Unlike the Mi 5, it is sold in the US and EU, with warranty and full LTE support, Wellbuilt, goodlooking phone, More compact, Takes great photos and videos, Ex...
Xiaomi is one of China's most popular brands: the company started by making Apple clones and selling them for super affordable prices, but it has now largely moved past that stage. For a long time, it's been hard at work to bring a new flagship and recen...
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photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-03
Apple announced its iPhone 6s back in September 2015, marking an update to the previous version of its popular smartphone, the iPhone 6. As with the 6 it is available in a standard version and also a larger, Plus version. In our review we'll be concentr...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-04-19
Is the Samsung Galaxy S7 the new best smartphone in the world? Samsung's new 5.1-inch smartphone is getting some serious hype - but surely it can't beat the mighty iPhone 6s? Well, in some respects it can. Here are five things that the Galaxy S7 does bett...
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