Apple has just reportedly been working on the sixth-generation iPhone 5 and the next-generation iPad 3 for the launch of both devices in the 2012. Apple is rumored to power its iPhone 5 with the latest 4G LTE technology, but now it appears that Apple is thinking to bless the iPad 3 as well with the 4G LTE technology. According to the latest report from the Japanese localized news organization Nikkei Business their sources claimed that iPad 3 with LTE technology is already given up for the massive production and will launch anytime in the 2012 on NTT DoCoMo.
The source also stated that iPhone 5 with LTE technology will launch sometime in the fall of 2012, like the iPhone 4S launch. According to the publication, both companies’ higher executives are already in the talk for the launch of the devices anytime in the 2012. Apple CEO Tim Cook is said to be the role model in the deal between two companies on the launch of the next-generation devices. It is reported that Tim Cook has met with the NTT DoCoMo president, Kiyoyuki Tsujimura, earlier this month to ink up to the deal. However, both companies are out of range to comment on the scene, as we know it’s impossible to get a comment from Apple regarding the launch of the next-generation device, as they are known in the market for their strict privacy.