We're one hour away from the big Steve Jobs keynote, and the Mac geek's beacon of hope has been raised.
That's right, the Apple Store has been taken offline. This is a common procedure before Apple unveils a new product, and also an indication that one or more of the upcoming announcements will be available for purchase or pre-order right away.
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