iPad & Tablets: Apple iPad
News & Reviews: Apple iPad
Oct 14, 2021
Samsung often comes out with Fan Edition or FE versions of their devices focusing on the fans of their more premium devices. As such, FE devices tend to have the features that Fans want the most but the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a bit of a pioneer, as it is probably the first Samsung FE device to be offered at a more affordable price tag compared to its original device.
As the original Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus was priced at RM3999, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is significantly more affordable from RM1899 but offers a similar 12.4-inch sized 2K display, an S Pen stylus and super thin yet premium looking chassis. How does it perform with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset and less memory? Find out in our full review.
Oct 12, 2021
Besides the latest iPhone 13 series, the Apple iPad and iPad Mini are finally launching in Malaysia too. As a reminder, the new tablets cost starting from RM1499 and RM2299 respectively, and you may visit the nearest authorised Apple reseller stores or Apple Malaysia website here.
Aug 24, 2021
Many Malaysians use online banking regularly now, making payments and transferring money through the Internet. E-wallets can also do that, which is why many have begun to use them. But it seems some people think you should be able to do transactions via messaging apps like WhatsApp too.
Aug 23, 2021
If you have been keeping up with WhatsApp updates, you would that the platform is already working on a data transfer and multi-device feature between Android and iOS. For the latter, it was announced by WABetaInfo on Twitter that the WhatsApp development team is already working on multi-device 2.0 that can link an iPad and Android tablets as newly linked devices.
Jul 26, 2021
When it comes to security, most Apple products rely on Face ID. The technology uses a TrueDepth camera system to create a detailed 3D map of the user's face, which allows it to "remember" the user for activities such as unlocking the phone and making purchases. However, there are some new products including the iPhone SE (2020) and the entry-level iPad are still using Touch ID for such purposes. It's reported that Apple might change that soon by equipping all of its future products with Face ID.
Mar 05, 2021
Based on a statement by DigiTimes, it seems that next year’s iPad, iPad Pro, as well as the MacBook Pro, could come equipped with a 10.9-inch, 12.9-inch, and 16-inch OLED display respectively. While not much is known in regards to the Malaysia release date, it does give us a better idea of what to expect when it is available in the local market.
May 15, 2020
What? Apple Glasses? Well, it's actually not the first time we heard about it. This device project has been in a long development ever since Apple set their eyes on Augmented Reality (AR) and according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the Apple Glasses is scheduled for 2022. Besides that, two new iPad models could be in the works too.
Dec 17, 2019
2019 is coming to an end. Not only the year, but a decade is also ending and it’s quite a big deal. Many platforms are announcing the best of the decade including songs, artists, movies, games, and the list goes on. Of course, there is a list of the best tech gadgets of the decade as well. TIME has published a list for the selected 10 best tech gadgets that were created in this decade, and Apple has the most products being crowned.
Dec 13, 2019
Finally after a few weeks, Maxis is the latest telco to launch the Apple Watch Series 5 starting today onwards (13 December 2019). Besides that, customers will be able to also order the iPad and Apple TV 4K through Maxis Zerolution with the usual monthly instalments, zero interest rate, zero upfront payment and zero credit card.
Sep 15, 2019
Well, it's certainly been an eventful week TechNavers, as this year's 9.9 online sale happened on Monday, it quickly got followed up by the Apple iPhone 11, new Apple iPad, Apple Watch Series 5 and Apple Arcade launch. Quite a lot of things got confirmed, even the controversial rear design but check them out above for more details.
However, for some, the news below are even more important, so here's TechNave NewsBytes 2019 #20 for the bits and bytes of Malaysia's tech world last week.