A few hours ago, The Wall Street Journal revealed that Apple has launched the production of the next generation of iPads. It it will be thinner, lighter and faster than the current iPad and with no Retina Display to go with it. There’s also said to be a front-facing camera for video conferencing, but the much-discussed display resolution will remain “similar” to the current iPad.
According to WSJ:
The new iPad will be thinner and lighter than the first model, these people said. It will have at least one camera on the front of the device for features like video-conferencing, but the resolution of the display will be similar to the first iPad, these people said. It will also have more memory and a more powerful graphics processor.
As for the network:
The new iPad will be available through Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc., but not Sprint Nextel Corp. or T-Mobile USA in the U.S., according to some of the people familiar with the matter.
The Wall Street Journal has an impressive track record when it comes to Apple rumors, so we now feel confident telling you that this is what you’ll get come this April.