Unconventionally, Apple showed a sneak peek into the future of its pro desktop line at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2013 – the next generation Mac Pro. Designed around a unified thermal core, the new Mac Pro features the next generation Intel Xeon processors, dual-workstation-class GPUs, Thunderbolt 2, PCIe-based flash storage, ultra-fast ECC memory; all encased in a remarkable 9.9-inch [...]
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As expected, Apple has refreshed its MacBook Air line of ultraportables at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2013, San Francisco, early this morning. The high-popular ultraportable is now powered by fourth generation Intel Core processor codenamed “Haswell.” The new MacBook Air models feature faster graphics, latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi, faster Flash memory and all-day battery life.
Before looking at the hardware of the phone to decide if it will look good on you, or even before deciding if the spec sheet is powerful enough, what you should consider first is the operating system that suits your needs.
Apple CEO Tim Cook had one of the most lengthy and in-depth interviews he’s had since the announcement of his position as the new CEO of Apple. During that particular dialogue, he addresses a lot of the issues Apple had to deal with this past year. Through this interview in Bloomberg Businessweek, the CEO was able to tackle many topics [...]
In September, Apple dropped a bombshell on its iOS user base. It removed the popular Google Maps app from the latest iteration of its mobile OS – iOS 6. Apple’s own Maps had all the bells and whistles – a sleek interface, vector graphics, fanciful 3D flybys. But ultimately, fundamentally flawed.
We’re here camped early at CapSquare KL for Maxis‘ big Apple iPhone 5 launch. It’s only 7.20pm but the queue has already gathered at the gates. The event proper won’t start till 9.00pm, with a press conference at 9.30pm. Collection of pre-booked phones will start at 12am.
Apple finally introduced a somewhat affordable tablet a few months after the likes of Google’s Nexus 7 and Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD made their mark in the market. It’s a completely different landscape for Apple this time around since it has gone from being a stage-setter by creating the tablet market to a being a mere follower by creating its [...]
Apple has begun sales of the iPad mini and fourth generation iPad in Malaysia today. The two tablets are available for purchase at selected retailers and Apple Store Online.
Hot on the heals of Maxis, post Apple’s official announcement, one of Malaysia’s largest telcos, Celcom, has also started pre-registration for the Apple iPhone 5.
Malaysia’s biggest Telco, Maxis, has started to offer pre-registration (“Registration of Interest”) for Apple’s latest and greatest iPhone 5. Pre-registration in this case pre-qualifies you to purchase a maximum of two units during the launch. This of course does not guarantee you will obtain the devices on launch day. That would depend on your queue number and stock numbers on [...]
We’ve known it for a bit, but Apple has just made it crystal clear and official. The iPhone 5 is finally coming to Malaysia on December 14. Expect simultaneous launches by the big telcos Maxis, DiGi and Celcom.
Apple has finally released the completely re-designed, overhauled iTunes 11 after a delay of over a month. iTunes 11 features a dramatically simplified user interface, a redesigned mini player and a new look iTunes Store. On first impression, it looks and feels great.