Apple’s search engine leaked the iPhone 5 hours before the actual keynote announcement last month. This time Apple search engine hasn’t spoiled any of the announcement, but the world’s most popular search engine has one of the main products of today’s announcement.
This morning Google search was pulling results from Apple.com that revealed Apple will release a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display today. Google’s web crawlers even picked up that the pricing on the new units too.
According to the search results, the 13-inch MacBook Pros with Retina display will cost between $1,199 to $2,799 depending on the configuration. The Apple Store is currently down, so there’s no way of verifying the search results until the keynote.
As Gizmodo notes, there is a possibility that this could be a false alarm. Someone at Apple could have made an errant web tag, but we don’t think that’s very likely seems how the new retina MacBooks are widely expected to launch today.