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Apple rumors: iPod nano, 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro


Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“A new report is suggesting that the next iteration of the iPod nano will have a WiFi antenna built in to the body of the device, so that it can connect to a wireless network and download new music from iCloud. This is according to Macotakara who are saying that the new iPod Nano will be be WiFi equipped to take full advantage of the biggest music store in the world.” — “AppleBitch” (

“Production has begun of a 2,560-by-1,600 pixel density display that will land on a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro,” NPD DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim told CNET.” — “CNET” (

“We’ve been following Apple’s efforts to open retail store locations in Sweden for some time, noting last November that the company had filed for a business registration certificate. The company began hiring for its new stores in February, although the locations for those stores were not disclosed at the time.” — “MacRumors” (

“Apple’s highly anticipated 7.85-inch iPad, frequently referred to as the ‘iPad mini,’ will officially take its rumored name when the product is launched later this year. Additionally, the next iPod nano, to be unveiled alongside the iPad mini, will have built-in WiFi capabilities in order to take advantage of Apple’s iTunes Match music service.” — “The MacObserver” (

“Part leaks claimed to be for the next-generation iPhone continue to surface as the all-but-confirmed September 12 media event introduction approaches, with the latest batch of photos showing what appears to be the most completely assembled front panel seen yet. The new photos, which were highlighted by [Google translation], were posted to a Photobucket account that previously posted photos of measurements showing that the third-generation iPad would be thicker than the iPad 2, as well as the first leaked photo of the next-generation iPhone front panel in white.” — “MacRumors” (

“Coming on the heels of an identical report from Verizon, AT&T is said to be have blacked out vacation dates starting Sept. 21, hinting that Apple’s anticipated next-generation iPhone will be hitting shelves that same day.” — “AppleInsider” (

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