Apple’s popular iPad is gettings its biggest update yet with the release of iOS 11 later this year. The latest version will bring more productivity features which could turn the iPad closer to a laptop replacement device.
To demonstrate its new features, Apple has released a series of short videos to show you how it’s done. Watch them all after the break.
Tablets shipments are continuing to slow down but the good news is that it’s now declining at a lower rate. According to IDC’s latest Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker report for Q2 2017, a total of 37.9 million units were shipped in the last quarter which is a slight drop of 3.4% year-over-year. A year ago, overall tablet shipments had dropped by 12.3% from 44.1 million units in Q2 2015 to 38.7 million in Q2 2016.
Interestingly, despite the shrinking numbers, the top tablet brands including Apple, Samsung and Huawei have held their places pretty well in the last quarter.
With Malaysia’s 60th Merdeka Day around the corner, Mac City is having a special promotion for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, iMac and MacBooks. If you’re in the market for a brand new iPhone 7, you can get it from them at up to RM300 off with a little extra.
Imagine this: You’re travelling overseas and you need to get some work done or check on a couple of stuff on your iPad but there’s no free WiFi available. You can consider switching on your phone’s wifi hotspot but some telcos might not let you enable hotspot on their network. If you’re using the newer iPad Pro with WiFi + Celluar support, there’s actually a third way of getting online.
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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.
The new iOS 11 will be rolling out officially later this year. If you can’t wait to try it out, Apple has finally released the first Public Beta version. Since it isn’t final, expect some bugs and instability as iOS 11 isn’t ready for prime time just yet. If you’re feeling adventurous and are fully aware of the risks, here’s how to get iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad right now.
When the iPad Pro was introduced, Tim Cook has mentioned that it could replace a laptop for a lot of people. However, if you take away the optional keyboard and Apple Pencil, it’s still primarily a consumption device.
That will soon change once iOS 11 begins to roll out to all supported iPads. Read on to find out the top 6 new iOS 11 features that would transform the iPad into a productivity machine.
UPDATE: The new iPad Pro models are now available in Malaysia.
Apple has just updated its high-end tablet offering with its new 2nd generation iPad Pro. Like the current version, it also comes in two sizes and the smallest one now comes with a 10.5″ display. Apart from the usual hardware upgrades, the new iPad Pro also features the most advanced display with ProMotion.
Despite the declining tablet market, Samsung thought it would be a good idea to launch the Galaxy Tab S3, a powerful Android tablet with a glass body and last year’s flagship mobile processor from Qualcomm.
It also sports a bunch of great specs that makes it a really nice media consumption device. However, it does have one killer feature that may stop people from buying it: Its price.