Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“Back in June, we pointed to a teaser site at FinallyOnTheMac.com hinting at a major music software title coming to the Mac for the first time. Our research and the general theme of a teaser video posted on the site suggested that Sony was behind the campaign and that the company’s Sound Forge audio recording and editing tools were the product in question.” — “MacRumors” (www.macrumors.com)

“Retailers are reporting shortages of stock on 27-inch iMac models ahead of a rumored mid-September press event supposedly revolving around next iPhone model. Checks with local Apple stores, brick-and-mortar as well as online retailers and other outlets show that third-party resellers are not able to replenish or are completely out of stock.” — “MacNN” (www.macnn.com)

“Verizon Wireless is blocking off vacations for all of its workers between September 21st and the 30th, according to a source in the company. Because carriers rarely institute this kind of ban, it’s believed that the timeframe indicates when Apple will launch the next-generation iPhone. Recent rumors have, in fact, pointed to the 21st explicitly.” — “MacNN” (www.macnn.com)

“Apple Premium Resellers in Europe have reportedly been asked to make adjustments to display space dedicated to the iPad, with some locations saying Apple has mandated the work be completed by Sept. 12.” — “AppleInsider” (www.appleinsider.com)

“A single photo of a purported charge and sync cable for the next-generation iPhone has appeared online. A representative of Veister.com alerted iLounge to the picture, which has been posted to Twitter. The cable appears to be highly similar to past Apple cables, with a full-sized USB plug on one end and what appears to be Appleā€™s newly shrunken 8-pin connector on the other.” — “iLounge” (www.ilounge.com)