Here are the latest Apple rumors from the blogosphere:

“Less than one month after Apple’s iPhone 5 went on sale through official U.S. partner carriers AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, the nation’s fourth-largest wireless company T-Mobile has reportedly taken shipment of nano-SIM cards capable of bringing the hot-selling handset to the telecom’s network.” — “AppleInsider” (

“Apple has just begun notifying the first wave of customers who ordered the company’s new Lightning to 30-pin Adapter that their orders are now shipping. MacRumors has received word from several readers located in Australia that their orders are now in transit, with one reader’s shipping notification indicating that his shipment is due to be delivered on October 9.” — “MacRumors” (

“iPad mini screen protector already being sold by Zagg: Apple has yet to confirm plans for a small tablet, yet Zagg is offering to protect its screen for $24.99.” — “CNET” (

“Apple is now shipping software for a new version of the iPhone 4 (iPhone 3,2). Could this be China mobile’s iPhone?” — “9to5Mac” (

“Could Lossy, HDR and Panorama-Friendly DNG 1.4 replace JPG In iOS?” — “Cult of Mac”(