Today Apple sent out invites for their iPad event on March 7th. What does that mean? There will be a boatload of rumors surfacing on a daily basis from this moment until Tim Cook takes the stage next week. Maybe even during the event itself. So what’s the newest one? CNBC claimed in a recent tweet that a Quad-core iPad 3 with 4G LTE compatibility will be announced in NY next week. Their proof? The super awesome “sources” that we’ve all grown to love. The funny thing is that the event is actually being held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
So strike one:
ALERT: Quad-Core iPad 3 with 4G LTE to be unveiled in New York next week. -Sources
— CNBC (@CNBC) February 28, 2012
However, the quad-core and 4G LTE part might not be far from the truth. After all, such claims have been circulating in the news for quite some time now. That means the “sources” they’re referring to could easily be us here at Macgasm, you on your Twitter feed, or even some random customer support employee at your carrier of choice.
So the list of things expected, speculated, and rumoured for the next iPad:
- Retina display
- 4G LTE compatibility
- A5X/6 Quad-core processor
- Home button-less design (check image)
- Weight gain (thicker and bigger panel)
- $80 price hike (most likely not)
- New Apple TV announced same time
There you have it, all the fun iPad 3 rumors that we’ve heard over the last week. We’ll be sure to let you know who was right and who was wrong leading up to the iPad 3 announcement.
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