While Apple’s new iPad will surely be powered by a faster processor, we’ve heard conflicting reports about next generation iPad’s system-on-chip. Some say it could be powered by a quad-core A6 chip or by an improved dual-core A5X chip.
Apple to Unveil iPad 3 With Retina Display, Dual-Core A5X Chip, More RAM For AT&T & Verizon LTE And Also Apple TV 3 Tomorrow
Last month, Wall Street Journal confirmed that Apple’s new iPad will support faster 4G LTE networks.
Now, iMore who had earlier nailed the date of the iPad 3 media event (which will take place on Wednesday, March 7th), claims that the same source has told them that iPad 3 will support 4G LTE networks.
Qualcomm today unveiled the launch of its fifth generation Gobi embedded data connectivity reference platform for mobile devices, which supports multiple LTE bands with backwards compatibility to existing 2G/3G technologies.