Rumors and speculation of what the new iPad will feature is becoming a daily feature lately. Last month we told you that the next iPad may not feature the Home button, and instead have multitouch gestures.
Now Cult of Mac has an article reporting on a web developer who has been digging around the latest beta of iOS 4.3, and has uncovered some interesting information about the next generation of iPad. The developer Chris Galzerano thinks that Verizon could be getting its own version of the iPad.
The beta describes iPad 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3. This could mean three models in Wi-Fi, 3G GSM/UMTS and 3G CDMA variants. Other tit bits include a possible 3MP camera, which is at odds with reports which are saying it will have the same camera as the iPod Touch 4G.
There are also references for a Display port, which could mean rumors of the iPad 2 being able to provide video to external displays are true. Other things which could be coming are a compass, and some sort of battery gauge, letting users know how much charge they have left. Time will tell what Apple have in store for us with the new iPad, but being Apple there will surely be some nice surprises.
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