Lulzec finished their fifty day string of high profile hackings with the release of some AT&T internal documents that discusses AT&T's 4G LTE rollout. Of note, a particular document slide points to an LTE-capable iPad.
Pre-LTE scenarios. Testing will include iPad new activations HLS using the new rate plan, as well as a regression on netbooks and dongles. During validation E2E execution should ensure all functionality new and current is still functioning properly by validating account set up, provisioning, usage and notifications.
SBP ST scenarios. Testing will include activations, add stacked plans, add international plans, perform customer service functions using the LTE devices. Testing will validate device is being provisioned and the proper policy from PCRF are being enforced. Usage should be added to decrement the account when needed in order to show RTDUNS are functioning properly.
Specifically, as you can in the LTE slide below, AT&T will be testing (or already tested) "iPad new activations HLS using the new rate plan."
You’ll notice that the iPhone is mentioned just once. There also seems to be AT&T LTE smartphones (probably Android devices) on tap for September as well.
iFans found a page that might backup September iPhone 5 rumors. Full presentation embedded below: