If you follow tech news very much, and Apple in particular, you know one thing is certain: even if you have the “latest thing” from Apple they will be releasing an even better one sooner or later. That’s never been more the case, and more the subject of scrutiny and speculation, than with the iPhone and iPad.
So, it should come as no surprise that pretty much everyone is in the “what will Apple release next” game, including the Wall Street Journal. This time around the Journal is reporting that Apple’s next generation iPad (aka iPad 3) will feature, among other things, 4G LTE wireless connectivity.
In addition, said iPad 3 will be sold at both AT&T and Verizon. That isn’t exactly earth-shattering news, though, as both wireless carriers have had 4G LTE for some time and have hardware that runs on it already.
It follows, then, that any new iPad and, in all likelihood any new iPhone, will be able to take advantage of that technology as well. It’s only logical.
As of now, Apple’s iPad 3 is currently set for a March 7th introduction and will, in addition to 4G LTE, feature a Retina Display, improved cameras and a quad-core processor. In other words, some pretty cool stuff.