Apple’s Own Search Engine Leaks Entire iPhone 5 Keynote, Here’s What To Expect

Apple’s Own Search Engine Leaks Entire iPhone 5 Keynote, Here’s What To Expect

Is it really this easy?

Apple is going to unveil the iPhone 5 with LTE, the new iPod touch, new iPod nano, and a new version of iTunes today. How do we know, you ask? Because Apple’s own search engine just leaked all of it.

Tim Cook, Phil Schiller, Scott Forstall and others are getting ready to take the stage at Yerba Buena in San Francisco as we speak, and Apple’s website is being updated behind the scenes with the new products that will be announced. The Apple Store is also down. This is typical activity for the morning of a keynote.

What isn’t typical is Apple leaking its own products hours before the event starts. None of the URLs have gone live yet, but expect Apple to flip the switch following today’s 10 A.M. PST/ 1 P.M. EST keynote. It’s going to be a huge day.

In the meantime, here are the links to what Apple is about to announce. You can bookmark them for later in the day:

Some extra material:

There will be more new stuff announced during the keynote too, so don’t get discouraged. There will be new accessories and plenty of other details. We’re still holding out for some sort of surprise. Stay tuned to Cult of Mac for breaking news from Apple all day long!

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  • ScotHibb

    Apple killed those links faster than a BlackBerry drops a call!

  • mbchp

    Good find.

  • NethanH

    Links are still visible in the search, but no longer viewable. That’s fine though, now I can’t let my lack of self-control get the best of me and spoil the presentation.

  • Marc Negron

    Apple’s dropping the ball faster than Samsung can crap out phones.

  • Bob Smogango

    But what about the iMac and MacMini? That’s what I’m waiting for.

  • RickyRyce

    They just posted an ad: http://i45.tinypic.com/35naayr.png

  • Tallest_Skil

    They just posted an ad:

    Screw you, worthless troll.

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