Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

The latest unreliable iPhone 5 rumor to cross my desk claims the future Apple smartphone will be created using a new ‘liquid metal’ technology, so the next model to emerge from the iPhone factories over in China may not be cast, but poured.” — “Computerworld” (

“When the iPhone 4S was announced, there was a fallout among those who like their Apple products to look different to the previous generation. After all, how are you meant to let fellow commuters know that you have the latest iPhone if it looks the same as the old one? Apple must be listening to the griping, because rumour has it the iPhone 5 is going to look very different indeed.” — “Electricpig” (

” … the iPhone 5 is likely to be housed in Liquidmetal, the commercial name for an alloy of titanium, zirconium, nickel, copper and other metals. It would make the outer surface of the phone ‘smooth like liquid’ … ” — “Wired” (

“Even if Apple did want to launch its sixth-generation iPhone before October of this year, supply issues with Qualcomm LTE chips would still cause the next iPhone to launch a full year after the iPhone 4S.” — “AppleInsider” (

“Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is not the only photo-loving business executive upset by Instagram in recent weeks. While Dorsey stopped posting photos from his Instagram after Facebook reportedly beat his Twitter to an acquisition of Instagram, Apple Senior Vice President quit his Instagram for another reason: Android.” — “9to5Mac” (