- News tagged "ipad"
Monday, 19 Mar 2012
If you've been searching for the personal hotspot feature on your new iPad, we have some bad news for you. It's not available on the iPads that are currently being sold in Singapore, but it might be available through a future update sent out by the Singapore carriers.
Friday, 16 Mar 2012
A list of third-party apps that have been upgraded to complement the new iPad's screen has been released to Tech Crunch. Click the jump for more details.
M1 is the only telco among the three in Singapore to hold a midnight launch for the new iPad. As expected, there were long queues forming outside the M1 shop at Paragon.
Thursday, 15 Mar 2012
New iPad apps, such as KeyNote and iMovie, have been upgraded to support the 2048 x 1536 Retina Display. Bad news? These apps look to be up to fives times larger in storage, TinHte reports.
Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012
StarHub has just made a formal announcement about its upcoming iPad (2012) price plans. The local telco will be subsidizing the new Apple tablet with 21Mbps HSPA+ data plans, priced at S$41.30 per month.
SingTel has also announced a 21Mbps data plan to accompany the new iPad. Customers can order the iPad from SingTel's website from March 16 at 12:01am, and receive it at their doorstep as early as 3am on the same day.
An unnamed Samsung official revealed that Apple is readying a smaller 7.85-inch iPad mini for a release later this year. A new model of the MacBook Air is also reported to come with a faster solid state drive.
Tuesday, 13 Mar 2012
M1 has made a formal announcement about its upcoming iPad (2012) price plans. The local telco will be subsidizing the new Apple tablet with 21Mbps HSPA+ data plans, priced at S$40 per month.
If you are still contemplating whether to get the new iPad, you may want to make your decision quick as demand for the tablet has been "off the charts". Currently, the earliest shipping dates range from March 19 to three weeks.
Thursday, 8 Mar 2012
Though Apple's recently announced iPad will come with LTE support, we've just gotten confirmation that Singapore users won't enjoy the LTE speeds in due to the different spectrum used by the telcos in Singapore.