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  • Mac City at 1 Utama sale will offer MacBook Air as low as RM999 and more

    Mac City at 1 Utama sale will offer MacBook Air as low as RM999 and more

    With Chinese New Year being just around the corner, most of you must have planned to go on a shopping spree during this time as many sales would be held. To bring you some good news, Mac City will be having a sale for most of its Apple products. After the discount, you can get a product like the iPhone 11 Pro Max that comes with A13 Bionic chip for RM3,799, which is a lot cheaper than usual!  

  • Apple 27-inch iMac (2020) release: 10-core Intel CPU, 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and 5K retina display from RM7999

    Apple 27-inch iMac (2020) release: 10-core Intel CPU, 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and 5K retina display from RM7999

    If you're looking to upgrade your Apple game, then here's some good news for you. Apple has just announced that its latest 27-inch iMac and it comes with some powerful tech specs. The new desktop computer packs a 10th-gen Intel CPU, AMD Radeon Pro GPU, a fast SSD, and more. Its retail price in Malaysia starts from RM7999.

  • Apple might announce new iMac with Face ID at WWDC 2020

    Apple might announce new iMac with Face ID at WWDC 2020

    Earlier, we have come across rumours saying that Apple would reveal the first batch of MacBooks that come with ARM-based processors at the upcoming WWDC event. Other than laptops, iMac with a new design is expected to be announced at the event as well. Besides the new design, Apple's desktop computer will also get a technology that is featured on iPhones and iPads for quite some time, and it's the Face ID.

  • Apple could bring Face ID to MacBooks and iMac PCs in the future

    Apple could bring Face ID to MacBooks and iMac PCs in the future

    Countries around the world might be going into restrictions, but the march of technology continues. Recently, new patent filings from Apple were found, detailing the possible implementation of the Face ID technology for devices other than the iPhone. Just like how Microsoft uses Windows Hello with Windows PCs, Apple will be using Face ID for its computers.

  • Apple's next iMac could be an all-in-one with a keyboard built into it

    Apple's next iMac could be an all-in-one with a keyboard built into it

    Looking at the patent image, you are probably wondering why. But Apple may just be thinking of creating a new all-in-one (AIO) iMac, which has its display and keyboard built into a sheet of glass. As you can see, it curved off at some point to allow for space to accommodate a keyboard at the bottom part of the glass sheet. This may be the beginning of an ambitious new design from Apple.