Here are the latest rumors circulating in the Apple blogosphere:

“Apple’s current line of MacBook Pros is heavily constrained with all models appearing to be nearly out of stock. Don’t fear, though, if you want a MacBook Pro because new models are right around the corner. Updates to all MacBook Pro models have appeared in Apple’s inventory system for the 13 inch, 15 inch, and 17 inch screen sizes. Apple will continue to ship two 13 inch models, two 15 inch models, and one 17 inch model.” — “9to5Mac” (

“Recent market speculations indicate that Apple is likely to launch a lower-cost iPad model with prices ranging from US$250-299 in early 2012 to smooth the transition between iPad 2 and iPad 3 and to take on the Amazon’s Kindle Fire.” — “DigiTimes” (

“Production of the next generation of Apple’s iPad is reportedly slated to begin before the end of the year.” — “San Jose Business Journal” (

“International iPhone 4S users are noticing that Siri won’t provide them with Map or local business search information. Those features were demoed by Apple during the keynote but are limited to the U.S. market only. Apple’s Siri FAQ (via @dujkan) reveals that international support for those features won’t be available until 2012.” — “MacRumors” (