Here are the latest rumors circulating in the Apple blogsphere

“Intel offers another bit of hope in our ongoing quest for ultra-high resolution retina displays. The graphics capabilities of their upcoming Ivy Bridge processors will provide support for 4096×4096 pixel displays.” — “MacRumors” (

“You wait an age for one next-gen iPhone leak, and along come three. Hot on the heels of what looked to be the Apple A5 chipset for the new iPhone in the wild come two further images seemingly confirming our suggestion that the images showed the guts of the iPhone 4S. MacPost dug up a shot of the handset, in white, powered on and showing the “iTunes activation” screen.” — “SlashGear” (

“Following that questionable leak from Case-Mate last week, another iPhone 5 case has emerged that reinforces rumors of a device with a significantly larger display than that of the iPhone 4, coupled with a thinner, tapered design.” — “Cult of Mac” (

“Apple is expected to hold a press conference in the coming weeks to introduce its fall lineup for the iPhone and iPod touch. Most of the rumors have been focused on the next iPhone revision, and there has been very little information about the next-generation iPod touch.” — “MacRumors” (

“A little bit of disappointing news this morning as we just received the above image which shows in no uncertain terms the words of T-Mobile Chief Marketing Officer Cole Brodman. Speaking at a town hall meeting for T-Mobile employees Brodman seemed to confirm that T-Mobile will not carry the iPhone 5 this year.” — TmoNews (