According to a new report, the new iPad that comes with FaceTime capabilities could be appearing as early as first quarter next year. It is believed that its suppliers are targeting to ship the “ultra-thin glass-based touch panels” to Apple by then.
Nothing else has been revealed except that it will maintain its 9.7″ screen size, we’re hoping it will be of higher resolution to fend off threats from Android Tablets. As mentioned couple of days back, Apple is having pressure of making FaceTime a standard throughout its iOS range. Today iPad is the only stumbling block without such capabilities as it is being offered on the iPhone 4 and now the iPod Touch. It was previously rumoured that Apple might break its own 12 months product life cycle by offering a new iPad replacement earlier than expected.
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If you’ve registered your interest with DiGi for the iPhone 4, you should have gotten a little teaser email this evening. DiGi says that the iPhone 4 is here and it will be available next week, making it anywhere between 19th-25th of September. Maxis is believed to be launching next week as well. Who will launch first? We will find out next week. This is it people, the iPhone 4 here in Malaysia next week!
Don’t forget to claim your free bumper from Apple as the case program ends 30th September.
Celcom is giving a exclusive offer on the BlackBerry Curve 3G (9300) tomorrow at The Curve, Mutiara Damansara. They are offering the BlackBerry Curve 3G for only RM388 for the first 150 customers that visits their booth outside e@curve.
No details on the terms or contract plans to be eligible so you would need to find out yourself at the roadshow. If you’ve been eyeing for a BlackBerry Curve 3G, this is a good opportunity to grab it for cheap. It is only for tomorrow 18th September.
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DiGi has finally revealed the official bundle pricing for the HTC Aria. It costs RM1199 over 12 months or RM999 over 24 months contract with DG Smart Plan. This makes the Aria similarly priced with the earlier HTC Legend for 24 months.
As posted earlier, the HTC Aria is pretty identical with the Legend. Both runs on Android 2.1, powered by the same 600MHz processor, 512MB ROM and 384MB RAM. However the difference you’ll get is a screen, believed to be non-AMOLED (SLCD?) and a smaller 1200mAh battery as compared to the Legend’s AMOLED display and 1300mAH battery.
For more details on DiGi’s HTC Aria offer, click here.