Greetings :D and Help?
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I'm Asha from Malaysia and after months of rolling my eyes whenever I overheard friends planning to buy iPad 2, I "accidentally" ...
05-22-2011 05:41 AM
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Hope to hear from you soon with your thoughts about the iPad.
Have fun and enjoy your iPad
Absolutely, that App Store can be addictive!!! But there are plenty of good free apps too - I've been watching the Space Shuttle space walk - one now - using the free NASA app. It's great - you can watch the video from the cameras mounted in the helmets of the astronauts....compulsive viewing...
If you don’t already have it you can download a copy of the iPad manual for free.
Apple - Support - Manuals
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Heh, all joking aside I know what you mean.
Originally Posted by Pinkiex
My main defense is to keep a list of 'possible purchases' in Evernote (free). If I'm still hot to buy that app a month later (after another pay day) then I do. It doesn't work for apps that I need right now, but it holds down the number of impulse buys.
Other ways to keep track:
If you are using iTunes on the computer you can use the Wish list there. If you click on the arrow just to the right of the price its a menu choice.
Lost of us like to use the AppShopper.com site. It allows you to keep a wish list as well. And unlike iTunes you can get to that list on both the iPad (using their free app) and the computer.
Scratching the itch:
And you can slake your thirst for apps with the many free ones, and pay for ones that go free for a limited time. AppShopper maintains a list of apps gone free. AppAdvice.com also has a daily list of temporarily free, and/or reduced price apps.
iPad 2 Online Purchase Enquiry
Hi guys, I'm Philip and I'm from Malaysia. I recently queued up in Machines (Apple Authorized Reseller) at 6am to get the iPad 2 and was merely disappointed at 10am because it was all sold out. I wasted 4 hours for nothing.
I've decided to purchase it online but I am wondering if a debit card can be used for such purchase in the Apple Online Store Malaysia. I use the Maybank debit card with a VISA platform. Anyone can help?
And if it is a go ahead, are there any extra charges like tax or interest rates from the bank perhaps?
Please help! I need an iPad. If all else fail, I will be lining up for the next batch at 4am this time. Please advice.
Hello Philip! Yes, I've bought something from online apple store before with debit card, but I used Tune debit card instead of Maybank. You can try though all the best!
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