Speculation surrounding likely iPad 3 specs has died down in recent months for obvious reasons. Apple is clearly putting the lion-share of its time and resources into new cloud-based services and, of course, forthcoming next-gen iPhone and (probably) iPod touch refreshes. Still, we all know the iPad 3 will show up sooner or later (definitely later). And when it does, newly obtained leaked AT&T documents hint at what the third-generation tablet could deliver.
From our friends at iFans:
Lulzsec, the infamous hacking group, may have brought us at least one gem in their final hack attack. One of their recent targets, AT&T, had internal data compromised and leaked. It would appear that that data contained information about AT&Tís roll-out of LTE, their true next-generation data network (comparable to Verizonís already-launched LTE network).
Most analysts concur that an iPad 3 roll out won't take place until well after the start of 2012, most likely in the spring (consider last March's iPad 2 announcement) or, at the latest, early summer and in time for WWDC. Most supply chain sources and analysts agree that the third-gen tablet will come with improved display and, yes, LTE splendor.