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Apple iPad mini 4 prices in Malaysia

Encased in a sleek, compact form, the Apple iPad Mini 4 represents the next generation computing power that you can carry around effortlessly. Read more about Apple iPad Mini 4 Malaysia below to find out.

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Lowest Price: RM 1801.20
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5 Offers from 2 stores available from RM 1801.20 - RM 2399.00


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Apple iPad mini 4 Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 5,010
Indonesia IDR 3,210,000
Malaysia MYR 1,801
Philippines PHP 16,400
Singapore SGD 528
Thailand THB 10,390
Vietnam VND 8,266,000

About Apple iPad mini 4 Malaysia

Apple iPad Mini 4 Malaysia – Strong & Rugged. Small Yet Mighty.

Renowned for offering iconic products that redefine the meaning of user experience, Apple continues its tradition of crafting excellent designs by releasing the highly anticipated Apple iPad Mini 4.

Terrifying Power Trapped In A Tiny Frame

Armed with the powerful A8 chip with second generation 64-bit desktop class architecture, this means that your Apple iPad Mini 4 boasts powerful performance that is comparable with desktop computers. In other words, you can expect Apple iPad Mini 4 in tackling any app or game effortlessly. Moreover, it is not a surprise when your Apple iPad Mini 4 can handle the most demanding applications without breaking a sweat. Most importantly, it excels in making sure that you have the best known experience in the history of mini tablets when it comes to browsing the Internet, navigating its menu, watching videos and playing games.

Ridiculously Thin & Light

Despite boasting powerful performance that can put most tablets into shame, it is astounding that there is so much power underneath its ridiculously thin and light body. With the thickness of just 6.1mm, you can bet on the super slim Apple iPad Mini 4 to be able to slip into any bag or even the smallest folder without any problem. At the same time, the thin Apple iPad Mini 4 just feels right in your hand as it is not bulky and unwieldy. It allows you to be able to experience smooth handling of this handy Apple tablet.

Added by the fact that it weighs 331g (Wi-Fi only) or 341g (3G/LTE) only, it is definitely fun and comfortable when holding it with just one hand. Whatever work that you are going to do, the thin and light Apple iPad Mini 4 is the true smooth operator that solves your problems.

Advanced Optics In A Compact Frame

Thanks to its highly efficient sensor, optics and image signal processor, the powerful iSight camera in Apple iPad Mini 4 delivers exceptional performance when it comes to snapping gorgeous pictures and shooting highly detailed videos. With just a tap, your Apple iPad Mini 4 can capture the perfect moment in its entirety without any delay. Aside from that, it also features enhanced face-detection technology that helps you to focus easier and better in order to get the best picture. In addition, you can also enjoy tons of exciting options such as slo-mo, burst, timer, panorama, time lapse and others as they give you the flexibility and creativity in getting the desired effect of your photos and videos.

Similarly, the Apple iPad Mini 4 boasts highly enhanced FaceTime HD front camera that offers highly detailed and rich selfies as well as video chats. Impressively, you can expect it to take great pictures even in areas with poor lighting conditions. Hence, the Apple iPad Mini 4 is incredible mini tablet that you will love to have.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-10-23
Stunning, colorful display, Faster performance, Longer battery life, Much better camera, Lighter and slimmerOld cases don't fit, Chamfered edge design looking a bit dated now
Last year's iPad mini 3 wasn't much of an upgrade. In fact, the only thing that changed from the mini 2 was the inclusion of Touch ID. And at this year's iPhone 6s launch event , the iPad mini 4 was given about 20 seconds of on-screen time. Does Apple no...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-15
Subtle display tweaks make it easier on the eyes, Super portable form factor, Longevity in battery lifeFaceTime camera is still a measly 1.2MP, No 3D Touch
Is Apple interested in making small tablets anymore? Last year's iPad mini 3 would suggest not.Priced at a cool RM1,310 and featuring only one new trick, Touch ID, it caught fistfuls of flak from anyone with an opinion on these things. And several people...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-22
Apple recently lowered the price of the 128GB iPad mini 4 knocking $100 off the price while also introducing a new 9.7-inch iPad at an amazing introductory price of $329. However, does the new lower cost of the 128GB iPad mini 4 make it a compelling purch...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-21
Gorgeous design, Touch ID fingerprint sensor, gold option, impressive performance, better camerasNot quite as powerful as iPad Pro 9.7, no screen improvements, only available in 128GB, shorter battery life than predecessors
Back in September 2015, Apple unveiled a new iPad mini, the iPad mini 4, which went on sale the very same day. Despite being squeezed in between the impressive 12.9in iPad Pro, a new Apple TV and the shiny Rose Gold iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the iPad mini...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-21
When the iPad mini 4 was launched at Apple 's Autumn event in 2015, it seemed like an afterthought compared with the iPad Pro, which took centre stage. While Cook made it seem that the mini 4 wasn't a compelling iPad proposition, it's exactly what every...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-08
Buy the iPad Mini 4 now from Apple2014's iPad Mini 3 was a perfectly respectable tablet, but unfortunately it just wasn't the upgrade from the iPad Mini 2 that most people were expecting. Rather than revamping its internals, the only new feature introduce...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-01
Robust build quality, Fast and accurate Touch ID fingerprint sensor, Spoton responsiveness and performance, Great quality screen, Thinner and lighter than everOutdone by the competition when it comes to battery life
It may seem odd to start a review of the Apple iPad mini 4 by talking about its predecessors, but it's important to place Apple's latest 7.9in mini tablet in context. The iPad mini 2 was the equal of the original iPad Air in almost every way with the same...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-21
The iPad Mini 3 stuck out like a sore thumb during its year-long existence. Whereas the iPad Mini 2 was the equal of the original iPad Air in every way but size, the iPad Mini 3 lagged behind the iPad Air 2. Apart from its Touch ID fingerprint sensor, it...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-06
Great size for media and games, iPad apps are the best, Looks and feels lovely, FastExpensive, iOS needs more tablet additions
What is the iPad Mini 4? Often the unloved tablet in Apple's lineup, the latest mini-iPad is pretty much an iPad Air 2 with a 7.9-inch display. It probably is what the poorly received iPad Mini 3 should have been, thanks to the improved CPU, 2GB of RAM, l...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-05
iPad mini 4 is more portable, is cheaper and has no camera bump, iPad Pro 9.7 has a better screen, overall performance, better audio, alongside Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard supportiPad mini 4 is slower, has lowerend specs, and doesn't have Apple Pencil nor Smart Keyboard support, iPad Pro 9.7 is heavier, not as portable and is more expensive
Which iPad should I buy? Is it worth upgrading from the iPad mini 4?The release of the iPad Pro 9.7in during the Apple Event in March 2016 was an interesting addition to the iPad line-up, due to all rumours pointing towards an iPad Air 3 release instead...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-09
The iPad Mini 3 stuck out like a sore thumb during its year-long existence. Whereas the iPad Mini 2 was the equal of the original iPad Air in every way but size, the iPad Mini 3 lagged behind the iPad Air 2. Apart from its Touch ID fingerprint sensor, it...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-09
We're still waiting patiently for Xiaomi devices to get a proper UK launch but you can still easily import devices including the firm's latest tablet . But is worth it or should you just go and buy an iPad mini ? Here's our iPad mini 4 vs Xiaomi Mi Pad 2...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-14
Gorgeous design, Touch ID fingerprint sensor, gold option, impressive performance, better camerasStill not quite as powerful as iPad Air, no screen improvements, no 32GB model, shorter battery life than predecessors
Back in September, Apple quietly unveiled a new iPad mini, the iPad mini 4, and it went on sale the very same day. Despite being squeezed in between the impressive and all-new iPad Pro, a long-awaited new Apple TV and a shiny Rose Gold iPhone 6s and 6s Pl...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-01
Comes in 16GB, 64GB or 128GB capacities, Touch ID means you can unlock the tablet using your fingerprint, Easy to navigate interface that makes the tablet simple and straightforward to use, The iCloud backup keeps your contacts, photos and messages safe e...There is no microSD card slot, so the memory cannot be expanded, There is no HDMI port, so you can't easily watch images or videos from the iPad on your TV unless you invest in a TV streaming device
Apple's iPad is arguably the most well-known of all the tablets, and it was the first to hit the market. Available in a ranger of sizes from 7.9in to 12.9in, iPads run the same operating system as the company's iPhones, iOS, making them easy to navigate...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-29
Thinner & lighter design, Improved battery life, Brighter & more color accurate Retina Display, iOS 9 brings real multitasking, Smooth overall responsivenessStill light with the camera shooting modes and controls, No 4K video capture or slomo at 1080p, Pricey cost
Apple's latest iPad mini, the 4th generation model to be exact, helps to diversify the company's portfolio, which recently got expanded with the introduction of the iPad Pro, but for those looking to keep it slim, compact, and simple, the iPad mini 4 is...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-11
I wondered, though, does all this new speed – and RAM – matter for daily use? I moved to the iPad mini 4 right around the time iOS 9 was released and hadn't had any long-term experience with iOS 9 on my previous model. With that I recently went back to th...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-01
Small and compact, Strong and attractive allmetal design, iOS 9's multitasking is useful, Faster A8 processorIt's pricier than Android alternatives, iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro offer more
Apple's bite-sized iPad Mini has never gotten the love it deserves. Ever since it launched, it's been a step behind its bigger brother in terms of processing power and screen resolution. This year's iPad Mini 4 is no different, but that doesn't mean it's...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-16
Great screen, Compact dimensions, Thinner chassisOld chipset, Camera unimpressive
What do you do when you've made a massive tablet that's got tongues wagging? You slip out a well-made teeny one and don't really tell anyone about it, apparently.That's what Apple's done with the iPad mini 4. The iPad Pro is getting the bulk of the intere...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-06
Brilliant screen, Sleek design, Great app libraryOlder processor, No 3D touch
It's hard to work out what Apple's up to with its iPad range. You'd have said that the mini selection of tablets was being retired after the mini 3 got the minimum upgrade possible… but then the iPad mini 4 was quietly rolled out.And it's actually rather...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-05
Overdue upgrades add faster A8 processor, better cameras, a more vivid Retina display, slightly slimmeddown design, and the ability to run splitscreen apps in iOS 9. The small size is perfect for traveling and iOS remains a superior user experience on tab...A lot more expensive than most 8inch tablets on the market. Multitasking on the smaller screen isn't as useful as on the larger Air 2. Processing speed is a step below other iPads and new iPhones, and battery life takes a step down, too
Several years ago, I was in love with the iPad Mini. It had a 7.9-inch high-res Retina display and it wasn't much larger than a Kindle. It could handle my everyday work and was small enough to sneak along with me wherever I went. It was the perfect travel...
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