News has it that Apple is prepping to show the world new models of the iPhone and iPad come 2012. These new models will be capable of connecting to 4G LTE-equipped networks enabling iDevice users enjoy faster download speed and video streaming.
According to reports, the next-gen iPad (iPad 3) that is said to be released on Summer of 2012 will be LTE-capable. Furthermore, as if this new iPad is not enough, Apple is also gearing up to produce a 4G LTE iPhone ( iPhone 5) when Autumn comes. This is just a year after the official launch of the iPhone 4S. NTT DoCoMo seems to be on full scale negotiations with one of today’s biggest gadget companies. With this partnership, LTE-capable iPads and iPhones will be in your hand in no time at all.
The sad thing is that NTT DoCoMo came out with a press release that denies what the previous report says. According to the press release, there is no basic agreement between NTT DoCoMo and Apple.
Claims of 4G LTE-capable iPhones and iPads are actually not new. In fact, such rumors have been around for quite a long time that Apple is now even thinking about actually making such devices. To date, the only clue there is to when such 4G LTE-capable gadgets will be on hand is that, with present technology, such contraptions are most likely to appear in 2012.
With these plans, Apple is looking forward to bypassing the issues associated with earlier models of LTE Smartphones. Apple is choosing to provide a much slicker unit design, along with strong battery performance. With complete brainstorming, LTE chips can now be incorporated into Smartphone contraptions without compromising battery efficiency.