If you have being waiting for the right time to buy Apple products, today is your lucky day. Similar to last year‘s CNY promotion, Apple is throwing yet another Red Friday promotion on their online store where they give additional discounts on selected Apple products.
Check out some of the key promo items below:
iPad with Retina Display – from RM1,378 (Save RM121-RM181)
iPad 2 – RM1,078 (Save RM121)
iPod Touch 5th Gen – from RM938 (Save RM111-141)
iPod Touch 4th Gen – from RM628 (Save RM71)
iPod Nano – RM488 (Save RM41)
MacBook Air – from RM2,788 (Save RM311)
MacBook Pro – from RM3,388 (Save RM311)
MacBook Pro with Retina Display – from RM4,988 (Save RM311)
Apart from these devices, they also offer discounts on Apple accessories such as Wireless Keyboard, Trackpad, Mouse and covers. If you’re hoping for extra discounts on the iPhone 5 and iPad mini, unfortunately they are not on offer.
For more information, head over to Apple Store’s CNY Promo page.
Remember, this promo is only valid today, 25th January 2013.
The Apple Store 1 day Chinese New Year Sale is finally on with special discounts on selected Apple products & accessories.
Some of the items on offer include:
iPad 2 16GB WiFi – RM1378 (Save RM121)
iPad 2 32GB WiFi – RM1648 (Save RM151)
iPad 2 64GB WiFi – RM1918 (Save RM181)
iPad 2 16GB 3G – RM1778 (Save RM121)
iPad 2 32GB 3G – RM2048 (Save RM151)
iPad 2 64GB 3G – RM2318 (Save RM181)
iPod Touch 8GB – RM628 (Save RM71)
iPod Touch 32GB – RM948 (Save RM101)
iPod Touch 64GB – RM1258 (Save RM141)
iPod Nano – from RM414 (Save RM35)
MacBook Air – from RM2788 (Save RM311)
MacBook Pro – from RM3388 (Save RM311)
iMac – from RM3488 (Save RM311)
Accessories & Add-ons are also on offer as well:
Magic Trackpad – RM184 (Save RM35)
Apple Magic Mouse – RM194 (Save RM35)
Time Capsule 2TB – RM928 (Save RM71)
Apple Wireless Keyboard – RM194 (Save RM35)
AirPort Express Base Station (802.11n) – RM294 (Save RM35)
iPad 2 Smart Cover Leather (RED) – RM254 (Save RM45)
Microsoft Office Home & Student 2011 – RM590 (Save RM64)
AirPort Extreme base station – RM528 (Save RM71)
Remember it is for 1 day only (6th January 2012), so head over to the Apple Store.
If you have been eyeing for Apple products, mark your calendars this Friday 6th January 2012. Apple Online store is throwing a one day Apple shopping event in conjunction with the upcoming Chinese New year festival.
In last year‘s CNY promo, Apple slashed up to RM131 from its iPad price and additional RM331 discounts on its MacBooks and iMacs. If the trend continues, we should be expecting similar discounts as well.
Since the iPhone 4S was launched just recently, we don’t expect any reductions but who knows Apple might throw in something special.
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Portable speakers are great for sharing music and other sounds from you iDevice but the thing is most are not terribly practical when your on the move. Enter the Tembo Trunks.
These virtually indestructible, specially designed rubber cones amplify the sound coming out from the standard iDevice earbuds up to 80dB and doesn’t require any external power source. Ingeniously simple.
The guys behind the Tembo Trunks idea are currently looking for funding on Kickstarter to get their project of the ground. They’ve already exceeded their minimum goal of US$10k and are closer to US$20k now. If you want to get your hands on a Tembo Trunk, the minimum pledge of one is US$40.
In the meantime, head on over to after the jump for a concept video of the Tembo Trunks.
Apple Store is doing one-day shopping event for Chinese New Year where they are throwing extra discounts on a range of Apple devices. If you’ve been holding up your purchase for some extra savings, now is the time to consider. Do note that this is only happening today 14th January 2011.
The iPad now is even cheaper with RM131 discounts across all models. This makes the entry level 16GB WiFi version going for RM1418 from its usual RM1549 pricing. The highest end iPad 64GB with 3G goes for RM2468.
Apart from the iPad, you can get the latest iPod Touch from RM749 (RM81 off) for the 8GB version or the tiny iPod Nano 8GB for RM508 (RM41 off). There’s also additional discount of RM331 on MacBooks and iMacs.
Check it out at Apple Store Malaysia.
Apple has finally revealed the long awaited iOS 4.2 which brings several new features especially multitasking for iPads. Some of notable features are AirPrint, AirPlay, ability to search within a page on Safari, customised message tone, multiple font support for notes and much more.
Also announced together with iOS 4.2 is that Find my Phone app is now free to use on iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4th Gen and iPad users without the need for a MobileMe subscription. Just download it from the AppStore and you can now perform remote wipe and other various remote controls.
To upgrade your device to iOS 4.2, just hook up your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch to iTunes and follow the necessary steps to upgrade the software. Clueless on the latest improvements for iOS4.2? Head over after the jump for a quick overview on the latest enhancement in video by tipb.
If you have an iPhone 4 device with iOS 4.1, the only way to jailbreak is via limera1n. However at time of release, it is only available for Windows. Now the Mac version is available on their website.
You can download limera1n directly here. As always, jailbreak at your own risk.
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If you’re in need for iPhone 4 jailbreak after upgrading to the latest iOS 4.1, there’s good news for you. A new jailbreak called limera1n from Geohot has just being released ahead of iPhone Dev Team. This release however is reported to be slightly buggy as listed on their site.
Some known bugs are 3GS new bootrom is broken and Cydia icon will only be displayed when restarted after installing. From what we have seen with others, this is far from perfect so jailbreak at your own risk. Currently it is only offered for Windows, so linux and mac folks gotta wait for another update.
If you understand the risks involved and be the first to have cydia on iOS 4.1, head on to limera1n.com.
Apple has issued a new iOS update version 4.0.2 that fixes the PDF vulnerability issue that puts your iPhone at risk.