Here are the latest rumors circulating in the Apple blogosphere:

“The next-generation iPhone — model N94 — will come in three different capacities, a report states. Although only two versions of the device were mentioned in a related claim, it’s now thought that Apple may have 16, 32 and 64GB iPhones. The conjecture is based on word from manufacturing sources that Apple has at a minimum been prototyping 64GB hardware.” — “MacNN” (

“German bloggers have gone to the trouble of fabricating casing components from scratch to create their own mockup of the iPhone 5. The design is based on all the rumors that have been floating about over the last few weeks, including a ‘tear-drop’ shaped back milled from a piece of aluminum.” — “TG Daily” (

“Chinese blog M.I.C. Gadget has posted a video tour of all the ‘iPhone 5’ cases that are currently available for sale in China.” — “ZDNet” (

“On the heels of a leak showing iPhone 5 cases entered into the carrier’s inventory system, more evidence has emerged that AT&T has begun stocking third-party iPhone 5 cases days before Apple is expected to unveil its next handset.” — “AppleInsider” (

“We have now received word that Apple has informed resellers in seven new European countries that the Apple TV will indeed be launching as of next Tuesday, October 4th, the day of Apple’s iPhone media event. Countries set to receive the Apple TV on Tuesday include Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden.” — “MacRumors” (

“According to some rumors, HP board is in panicking mode as the value of the company dramatically dropped, some executives are fearing that Oracle and its huge cash might decided to acquire the computer company.” — “HardMac” (

“Amazon is said to be considering a purchase of Palm, the smartphone maker now owned by Hewlett-Packard, and its webOS mobile operating system.” — “AppleInsider” (