Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“As Apple reportedly will announce its new MacBook series notebooks in June, the company’s upstream suppliers will start raising their shipments to Apple significantly in the month with volumes expected to reach a peak in July, according to sources from the upstream supply chain. — “DigiTimes” (

“Apple is putting the finishing touches on an entirely new 15-inch MacBook Pro that is the outcome of years of research and development in ultra-thin mobile computing and super-high-resolution displays. According to trusted sources in Apple’s supply chain, who have handled prototype components and casings for the new Apple notebook, the computer is currently undergoing test production rounds. The new 15-inch MacBook Pro is coming this summer, and it features an ultra-thin design, a ‘jaw-dropping’ Retina Display, and super-fast USB 3.” — “9to5Mac” (

“Transcend unveiled its new mSATA SSD products, dedicated to Ultrabooks or small size notebooks.” — HardMac” (

“As noted in our forums, two new benchmark results appearing in Geekbench’s database within the past few days are sparking discussion about imminent upgrades to Apple’s MacBook Pro and iMac lines.” — “MacRumors” (

“Apple Inc. is preparing an upgrade of its online service iCloud that includes new photo-sharing features, according to people familiar with the matter.” — “Wall Street Journal” (

“Samsung has seen a ‘huge’ number of orders for its new flexible OLED screens, and Apple is rumored to be among the companies interested in the new technology.” — “AppleInsider” (

“In what might be a move to clear out current inventory to make room for the upcoming line of Ivy Bridge Macs, Best Buy has slashed prices on all current generation Macs. Every single machine has been reduced in price, and while most discounts aren’t astounding, the extra $100-$200 saved on a new MacBook, iMac, Mac Mini, or Mac Pro, might be enough to entice customers who can’t wait another minute for a new Mac.” — “Cult of Mac” (