Upgrade iPhone storage memory available in Malaysia!
Yes! The only Kedai upgrade storage iPhone is available in Malaysia – Selangor – Seri Kembangan – South City Plaza.
Upgrade memory can be done on the same day!
We are doing service upgrade iPhone memory storage every day since 2016.
Years ago, we were doing this only for the dealers, and suppliers of iPhone recond/used in Malaysia.
But now we are open to the public.
End-user like you can visit our store for the memory upgrade without leaving the iPhone overnight.
Not in Malaysia? Want upgrade storage?
We trained a lot of foreign students in our academy.
USA, Dubai, Germany, France…
We only listed the one is certified, well trained, and a fixed location retail.
16 GB or 32 GB iPhone is a torturing device.
Do you know a smartphone is sticking with us for almost 24 hours? It’s our All-in-ONE device: entertain, social, our memory photos, note, and many more.
Why do you still bear the pain when you can upgrade the storage without buying a new one?
Have question about the upgrade? Worry problem? Click here to read upgrade memory FAQs.
- iPhone 6S
- iPhone 6S Plus
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 8
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone X
- iPhone XR
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XS Max
(256GB or 512GB is available for models above)
- iPhone SE
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
(This 3 models maximum is 128 GB)
(This 3 models get discount RM 30)
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
(All iPhone 11 Series add RM100)
(iPhone 11 Series 256GB and 512GB available only)
Price List of Upgrade Storage iPhone (Malaysia)
|32 GB||RM 180|
|64 GB||RM 280|
|128 GB||RM 380|
|256 GB||RM 430|
|512 GB||RM 500|
*Price included labor*
*Price might not same in the different country*
Please read the FAQ before the inquiry.
It’s between 2 to 4 hours. So it’s best reach our workshop before 3:00 PM. Otherwise, it would be next day collection.
iPhone X, XS, XS Max models must need to make appointment with us before one day.
You need to backup your own data before you come because we need to reformat and update your device.
This also mean you need to remove the password and log out from the iCloud.
If you need us to do backup for you, it will take a few hours more and normally is next day collection.
We provide one month warranty. But the warranty doesn’t cover the problems like the LCD screen, buttons or camera.
If you wonder why just one month…
Because we never know how the client uses their iPhone. Not confident in how they take care of their iPhone. They can even kill the iPhone with the wrong charger also. This is why we will check all the function and inspect the board first so we can eliminate potential problem too.
But if let say something wrong with the hard disk after a few months, we still can warranty it as long as no one tampered the device. Warranty seals must NOT be broken.
Yes. You can.
So far, we have done a few hundreds of iPhone. Since iPhone 5 until iPhone XS, none of them have a problem. Apple server doesn’t care your capacity.
They won’t block you for changing the memory chip.
No. But actually, it becomes faster because the higher capacity memory chip’s speed is faster.
I wrote an article about this in my old blog, here is the link.
Apple doesn’t have a factory to make the memory chip or hard disk.
Technically, the hard disk in the iPhone is NAND flash. They get the NAND supply from Toshiba, Sandisk, Hynix, and Samsung.
We purchased their tools so we can do what Apple center can’t. Of course, you need the professional skills to disassemble the NAND from the motherboard.
First of all, iPhone IS NOT water-proof.
They are just water resistance.
When we do any repair or upgrade on your devices, we do replace the “water-resistance seals” if it’s damaged.
But you must know that the iPhone can still get water damaged even it’s not opened before. Let say a new iPhone water-resistance is only good for the first few months.
After a few months, the iPhone suffered the hot and cold. The rubber seals became weak and loose.
We repaired countless iPhone X, XS, or 11pro that were water damaged.
You can read it from the official Apple web site too. They did mention it’s not permanently.