Here are the latest rumors circulating in the Apple blogosphere:

“France Telecom CEO Stéphane Richard has reportedly claimed that the iPhone 5 appears set to debut on October 15th. It is unclear whether he has specific information on the release date or if he is simply basing his claim on circulating rumors of a mid-October launch, but as the top executive of a major iPhone partner Richard would be more likely to have accurate information than most.” — “MacRumors” (

“Rumors have been flying around about the iPhone 5 (from what carrier will get the iPhone to date and features), but one question that just won’t go away is whether Apple will give their iPhone line-up a capacity boost this year to 64GB. Now, Vodafone UK’s product page for a signal booster device called Vodafone Sure Signal showed iPhone 5 in the list of compatible devices with only 16GB and 32GB models in both black & white colors.” — “Appletell” (

“Sales associates at Sprint, the third-largest wireless carrier in the U.S., are said to have been briefed on the impending launch of Apple’s iPhone 4, but not a fifth-generation model.” — “AppleInsider” (

“Apple has reportedly informed its AppleCare division to expect an influx of iOS-related inquiries from customers beginning Monday, Oct. 10, perhaps signaling when the company plans to release iOS 5 to existing device owners.” — “AppleInsider” (