Bloomberg Says Next iPad Will Support LTE Network

A good number of rumblings surfaced over the last month or so claiming the launch of Apple’s next generation tablet device in the coming months. Majority of the rumors consensus on the point that iPad will debut later between February and March this year.

The rumored specs which have been reached to us through different sources suggest that the device boasts 7-inch or 10-inch display, Siri, and quad-core processor. It is important to note here that these are mere speculations. Bloomberg reports appear amidst of the rumors claiming that Apple’s next generation iPad will launch with support for LTE.

Bloomberg reports:

“Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s next iPad, expected to go on sale in March, will sport a high-definition screen, run a faster processor and work with next-generation wireless networks, according to three people familiar with the product.”

The publication as usual quotes its uncertain “people familiar with the product,” however it must be kept in mind that the Bloomberg is much more reliable than DigiTimes and other such online blogs.

The Bloomberg has made several claims prior to this as well and much of them seem to bear fruit as well. For instance, Bloomberg reported last fall that there was news of Apple actively testing live LTE-enables devices. While there were also mentions of quad-core processors recently, when it spotted in the developer beta iOS 5.1.

This and several other rumors surfacing every now and then claiming different specs and news regarding the next generation tablet. But it has become really hard to believe these reports, particularly after Apple disqualified all rumors regarding iPhone 5 by introducing iPhone 4S. Majority of us will only believe the LTE-enabled Apple tablet only when they see it in real with their eyes.

Whether there is any reality or not in these reports, these certainly seem impressive.

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