Apple rumors: Lightning connector, the iPhone 5 & Taiwan
Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere.
"The Lightning brand associated with Apple's new, smaller dock connector for iOS devices was obtained through a deal with motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson." -- "AppleInsider" (www.appleinsider.com)
"Apple's iPhone 5 likely to hit Taiwan in mid-December." -- "Focus Taiwan" (www.focustaiwan.tw)
"Internal Apple video documents Apple Store philosophy." -- "9to5Mac" (www.9to5Mac.com)
"Apple has apparently turned to Amperex Technology Limited and Tianjin Lishen Battery for its laptop and iPad battery needs after Samsung reportedly stopped supplying the components. If true, it underscores the ongoing tension between the two companies over patent infringement claims." -- "The MacObserver" (www.macobserver.com)
"Facebook tries to stop its staff using iPhones in 'dogfood' push." --"The Register" (www.theregister.co.uk)
"Samsung audit finds 'inadequate' working practices in China, but no evidence of child labor." -- "The Next Web" (www.thenextweb.com)