Apple recently announced new iPad Pros at its iPad and Mac keynote event in Brooklyn, New York City. The latest premium slates from the American tech giant comes in sporting 11- and 12.9-inch displays, flat edges, facial recognition, and industry-leading internals to chew through console-quality games.
The next iteration of the Apple iPhone is launching next month, as has been the case for years now. In fact, the American tech giant has sent out press invitations to an event on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater at its Cupertino campus in California.
Just as it did last month, Beyond the Box — an Apple premium and authorized reseller and service provider in the Philippines — is holding an open-box sale at its Century City Mall branch.
Having fallen from the grace of consumers, the tablet business isn’t where it once was. And yet Xiaomi has decided to give the niche market one more go, dusting off and updating its tablet lineup with the announcement of the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 in China.
Apple devices, as you know, are priced on the high side, and these prices tend to stick even years after release. That said, Apple sale events are typically among those that consumers watch for.
Guess what we spotted while looking for newly announced devices that may already be up for sale or preorder in the Philippines? The local official prices of the sixth-generation iPad that Apple introduced a few days ago.
AMSUNG is aiming to give Apple’s iPad Pro a serious run for its money; hence, the release of the new Samsung Galaxy Book in the Philippines. It is priced at P44,990 (around $890) locally, which isn’t cheap, but neither is the hardware it is going up against. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro with 64GB of storage, and sans the accessories, sells …
AMSUNG’S next flagship smartphone won’t debut at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, end of this month. But don’t fret too much, as you may still catch a glimpse of it — if only for a minute in video form.
HEY are not stopping with the vanity tax. After a controversial Philippine bill proposing to tax beauty and cosmetic products was filed January 11, here comes another plan that may end up being contentious, too.
E’VE seen foldable mobile devices, but they’re all just concepts — stuff that look cool but may never see the light of day. Not in the near future. Maybe not ever. None of them have gone into production just yet. But that may change soon.