Apple has just begun production of the highly anticipated next-gen iPad, reports Bloomberg. The report claims that production started this month, and will reach its peak by the end of February, and also claims to provide some details on the device.
According to the report, the iPad 3 will feature a very similar design to the iPad 2, but with a new quad-core processor, improved cameras, and a Retina display. Interestingly, the report also notes that the iPad 3 will support LTE 4G data networks, even before such support has come to the iPhone.
It’s worth viewing these claims through a skeptical lens until more is known about the production and release of the next-gen iPad, but Bloomberg is traditionally a fairly reliable source.
As always, we’ll keep you posted on any advancements we hear of.