In the all goings on recent rumors regarding the Apple’s next-generation iPad 3, we have learned that the most sketchy feature of the iPad 3 is whether or not the next-generation tablet going to feature the next generation 4G LTE technology. The early adoption of the 4G LTE technology in the iPad 3 seems a bit more controversial as the some countries like the US and Canada is rapidly growing their 4G LTE networks around their country spaces, while the other countries seem not be getting the technology for at least a year.


In the last night report, the Wall Street Journal cites with their sources and claims that the upcoming third-generation iPad is for surely going to power a 4G LTE technology chipset under its hood. The big publication of the state is reporting that it has confirmed the news with both Verizon and AT&T sources and both versions of the iPad 3 will carry the next generation wireless technology.

Further on iPad 3 specifications details, we know that iPad 3 is going to get a retina display with capabilities of streaming at least 1080p content and to power up the 2048×1536 pixels. The iPad 3 will be the first device which going to power with Apple’s Quad-Core A6 processor. Apple is rumored to announce the iPad 3 in the upcoming media event on Wednesday, March 7th,  while following the actual launch of the device in the upcoming week or two.