Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“Apple has reportedly reduced its memory chip orders from Samsung for the forthcoming iPhone 5, as part of a move to diversify its lines of supply and ostensibly reduce its reliance on Samsung.” — “TechWorld” (

“Apple has finished decorating the front facade of the Yerba Buena center in preparation for their September 12th media event. Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 5 at that event. At initial glance, the front decoration seems to show no obvious clues as to their announcements.” — “MacRumors” (

“Apple’s upstream supply chain reportedly started mass shipping new iMac all-in-one PCs and Retina Display 13.3-inch MacBook Pros in September, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.” — “DigiTimes” (

“With the anticipated unveiling of the next iPhone this week, Apple is expected to bring about the biggest launch in the history of consumer electronics, though a plethora of leaked parts and information mean there probably won’t be any big surprises.” — “AppleInsider” (

“Availability of the AirPort Extreme base station has run out at some major third-party resellers, potentially signaling that an updated model with support for 802.11ac could be en route.” — “AppleInsider” (