iPad 3 Expected to Have 4G Connectivity

weBoost | February 14, 2012

Have you heard the news? According to a Wall Street Journal report, Apple’s next version of the iPad will feature 4G LTE connectivity on both Verizon Wireless and AT&T. @PCWorld claims that the device, dubbed the iPad 3, is expected to be unveiled March 7 and may come with a higher-resolution display and a quad-core chip.

See the excerpt from the @PCWorld article below–

“Apple is quiet as usual on the new iteration of the iPad, but next month the iPad 2 will be one year old and an updated version is expected from the company. Last year, the iPad 2 was launched on March 2. It has since sold more than 43 million, maintaining Apple’s position as market leader despite a flurry of rival Android tablets.

Details about the iPad 3 are very thin yet pundits seem to have reached a consensus on a core set of improvements for the new tablet. A high-resolution Retina Display is hot-tipped for the iPad 3, doubling the current iPad’s resolution to 2048-by-1536. While production has reportedly begun for the display, some argue the improved screen could make the iPad 3 slightly thicker — though it would be unusual of Apple to launch a new product that’s thicker than the older version.”

To read the rest of this article, or to see it in it’s original format, click here: http://www.pcworld.com/article/249923/ipad_3_expected_to_have_4g_connectivity.html

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