Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“A new website at has just gone live, teasing a major announcement from an undisclosed company. The site currently consists of a single YouTube video entitled “Countdown to a revolution”, with the site containing an additional eight blank slots where other videos will presumably be posted in the coming days.” — “MacRumors” (

“One of Apple’s key suppliers may be having trouble providing batteries for the next iPhone that are up to standards, according to a new rumor.” — “AppleInsider” (

“A seemingly innocuous “Redeem” button in the new iOS Podcast app could hint at a possible Apple initiative to monetize the popular digital media format which is currently free to listeners.” — “AppleInsider” (

“Wells Fargo analyst Maynard Um resumed coverage of Apple this week, and said that the 2012 iPhone refresh will be the biggest product launch in consumer electronics’ history.”” — “The Mac Observer” (

“Although rumors have circulated in the IT market claiming that Apple may shift forward the launch of its new iPhone to late August hoping to catch back-to-school demand in September, sources from the upstream supply chain say they have not yet seen any significant increases in iPhone component supply for July.” — “DigiTimes” (