When Apple introduced its new 9.7″ iPad, they had also discontinued its ageing iPad mini 2 which is formerly known as the iPad mini with Retina Display. This makes the iPad mini 4 its sole surviving compact tablet and it comes only with a single 128GB option.
iPad mini 4
Peripheral maker Logitech was one of the first third-party accessory makers to announce that they were making a Smart Connect enabled keyboard for the iPad Pro. That was back when the iPad Pro was officially released and has seen many tech sites talk about the typing experience that Logitech offers.
The iPad Pro is an expensive and ginormous tablet. If you want to get it for less, you can consider getting one on contract with Celcom’s latest First Internet Plans that comes with up to 40GB of “Internet”. The iPad Pro can be yours from RM3,588 while the compact iPad mini 4 is offered from as low as RM1,268.
The iPad mini 4 is the lightest and thinnest iPad at the moment, which could be considered as a miniature iPad Air 2. Following its SIRIM certification, we now have the official Malaysian pricing for the iPad mini 4. It isn’t available for purchase yet but it is definitely coming soon.
The iPad mini is often seen as the affordable alternative but with our current exchange rate, it now cost a lot more than it used to.
The latest iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus duo has been spotted in our Malaysian SIRIM database. This is an indication that Apple is preparing to bring their latest smart phones into Malaysia. But the question is when exactly?
The previous iPad mini 3 was hardly an upgrade. It was just an iPad mini 2 with TouchID and it comes available with a gold colour option. When the iPad Pro was announced yesterday, they managed to slit in the iPad mini 4 into the keynote without much fanfare.
So what’s new with the iPad mini 4? Surely it is better than the iPad mini 3 and it really is.