Apple dropped a whole bunch of new tech at the WWDC developer conference this year ranging from brand new iMacs all the way to iOS 11. However, one of the most interesting pieces of hardware on the mobile end of the spectrum is this baby: The Apple iPad Pro 10.5″.
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You can now place your order for the 2nd gen iPad Pro in Malaysia. Announced earlier this month at WWDC 2017, the new iPad Pro comes with an advanced 120Hz display, a faster processor and a minimum of 64GB of storage.
Looking for a magnificent piece of Apple that doesn’t require charging? The revolutionary “Designed by Apple in California” photo book is now available in Malaysia
16GB isn’t enough these days and Apple has revised its iPhone SE with more storage than before. Similar to its current iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 lineup, the iPhone SE is now available with 32GB and 128GB of storage.
If you’ve ever thought about picking up a brand new iPhone or moving to the iOS ecosystem, this may be the best time to do so as local authorised Apple retailer Switch is slashing RM250 off the base retail price for the iPhone SE.
Need a new smartwatch to pair with your iPhone 7? The latest Apple Watch models will be available in Malaysia a week later on 21st October 2016. This includes the revamped Apple Watch Series 1 and its newer waterproof Series 2 model.
If you’ve been wanting to buy an Apple Watch, now couldn’t have been a better time. After the recent price slash, the Apple Watch with stainless steel case are now getting a huge discount up to RM2,525 off its original price.
Ah, the iPhone 7. Apple’s “best iPhone ever”. It is funny that they always say that because they’re realistically not going to make a worse iPhone right? At least they’re not going to say it’s worse than the older one even if it is.
Still, the iPhone 7 represented a lot of firsts for the tech giant. However, despite the launch of Apple’s most stunning iPhone ever, I honestly don’t think that it is the biggest (or indeed best) news from the launch.
Hear me out.
The iPhone SE turned a lot of heads when it was announced. Some thought it was brilliant, others thought it was rubbish, but the one undeniable thing is that Apple had made a statement and it was something nobody else was willing to make.
Well, to the many of you who have been raving about wanting to pick one up, the wait won’t be much longer as authorised Apple resellers in Malaysia have revealed that the world’s most powerful 4-inch smartphone will go on sale next week.
When you decide to be an early adopter of new tech, you’re definitely going to have some hiccups. The folks at Cupertino don’t do this often since they always ensure they’ve “refined” the whole thing down to a point of no failure – usually, that is.
This time, Apple came up short and have blamed a “design issue” at the root of this worldwide recall. Jony Ive’s critics must be having a field day with this news as the brand makes back-to-back “design” mistakes – remember that Smart Battery Case?
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