Got a calendar and hopes for a new iPad? If so, you might want to pencil in Wednesday, March 7.
That date matches up pretty nicely with the more general "first week of March," reported last week by All Things Digital, and with Apple picking a Wednesday as its go-to date for last year's unveiling of the iPad 2.
Spec-wise, iMore piles on with some rumored checklist items we already knew about, like a 2048 x 1536 pixel display and 4G LTE networking. The blog also suggests that the device will, in fact, sport a quad-core processor--something that came under scrutiny last week with a report in The Verge suggesting that Apple might stick with two cores instead.
The iPad 2 made its debut at a special event in downtown San Francisco on March 2, going on sale a week and a half later. A handful of reports have suggested that whatever device Apple rolls out next, it will follow a similar pattern to what the company did with the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4S, where there are simply improvements on an existing hardware model. You can catch up on those and other whispers on our iPad 3 rumor roundup.