Nostaglic with the Thunderbolt 2 cable, featuring speeds up to 20 Gbps, as compared to Thunderbolt 3, using a USB-C, with the speeds up to 40 Gbps.
The HomePod is a speaker with Siri built in. It is only available in the US, UK, and Australia but not in Singapore (yet). However, it does and will work worldwide just like in Canada, so long as you can speak the English language except that Siri does not tell the news unlike in those countries where the HomePod is available.
Although Siri may not be able to capture every word said all the time, probably due to our accent, but however, it does capture most of the words that we say, so long as we pronounce those words correctly and/or say them in complete sentences.
Now here’s the Unboxing of Apple’s HomePod:
The Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular) is finally here today (9 Feb) in Singapore (only via Singtel), together with Hong Kong, joining the US, UK, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan and Switzerland.
Here’s the Unboxing of the Apple Watch Nike+ Series 3 (GPS + Cellular):
It has been almost a week since I got my iPhone X on the launch day. I got the 256GB Space Grey version from StarHub. So here is my review of the iPhone X.
Size of the phone
The first time I saw the phone, I thought it was pretty small as coming from Plus sized
phones. It turns out, I am quite happy with the overall size of the phone. It is less bulky,
makes it easier to put in your pocket, grip and use it with one hand.