Here are the latest rumors circulating in the Apple blogosphere:

“New, larger screens have begun to ship for use in Apple’s iPhone 5, respected sources have reported.” — (

“Supposedly, Apple has taken over an entire Sharp factory in Japan to create displays for the next-generation iPhones and iPads, which will be brighter and more battery efficient. They’ll also use this same factory to make the displays for the Apple iTV and have spent between 500 million and 1 billion dollars refitting the factory to their specifications.” — “Appletell (

“Apple completed, then killed a 64-bit version of Final Cut Pro 8” — “Cult of Mac” (

“Apple’s next-gen iPad won’t be the only new tablet design with lots more pixels. Market researcher DisplaySearch said today that the average pixel density of tablets will surge next year.” — “CNET” (

“Microsoft is preparing a new edition of its Office suite for Apple’s iPad, as well as an updated Office for Mac OS X Lion users.” — “O’Grady’s Power Page” (

“Apple is poised to reap a bonanza in Grand Central Terminal — but it won’t be sharing any upside with the landlord.” — “New York Post” (

“A government-issued network permit is all that stands between China Unicom and Apple selling the new iPhone 4S in China, which is now the largest smartphone market in the world.” — “AppleInsider” (

Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has reached an agreement with Apple that will see an LTE-enabled version of the iPad launch next summer, with an LTE iPhone to follow in the fall. — Nikkei Business (