Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“A New Jersey Apple Store will reportedly be the first in the chain to build a double-row Genius Bar as the company experiments with new in-store layouts to alleviate overcrowding.” — “ifoAppleStore” (

“Digitimes Research estimates that by the end of 2012, Japan Display’s 5.5G production lines will see their total production capacity rise from 10,000 glass substrates currently to 30,000 substrates, while Sharp’s yield rate will also increase to 60-70%, allowing Japan Display and Sharp to supply nine and seven million touchscreen panels each month, respectively, and the combined volumes will also be capable of satisfying demand for the iPhone 5 in 2013.” — “DigiTimes” (

“One of the iPhone 5 features highlighted by Phil Schiller during yesterday’s introduction was wideband audio, which offers “crisper word clarity and more natural sounding speech” according to Apple’s press release. Schiller noted that the feature requires carrier support and that it would be supported by over 20 carriers on the iPhone 5 at launch, but did not specify which carriers those would be.” — “MacRumors” (