updated 10:42 am EDT, Wed September 12, 2012
Site links to missing press pages
Apple's website has accidentally exposed the company's plans for today's San Francisco press event, notes AppleInsider. Searching for "iphone-5" on the site points to a number of currently inactive pages, including a press release dated to September 12th with the title "Apple Introduces iPhone 5." Searching for "2012/09/12Apple" turns up a link to "Apple Unveils New iTunes," while the keywords "new iPod touch" actually bring up "Apple Introduces New iPod touch, iPod nano."
Although Apple could still have some more items in store, the links appear to document the bulk of today's plans. The new version of iTunes is somewhat unexpected, as while Apple does regularly update the software, no recent reports have suggested that a major update was imminent. The software will likely be better integrated with iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion, support the new hardware, and remove references to Ping, Apple's failed social network.