I am sick of all the arguing back and forth about who is right and who is wrong- Apple or Gizmodo. So let's move forward and stop looking backwards. Any guesses as to how Apple will handle the Keynote? Take the poll. Will they make a joke about the whole thing and have Gray Powell on stage with Steve? Will there be a completely different iPhone than the one we saw? Perhaps we saw a rejected prototype. Will Apple ABORT the new iPhone release until they can sufficiently change this one so it is not identical to what was released? Steve Jobs is happy to forego profits if he is not happy with something- I don't think he'd care if no new iPhone came out this year. Will Apple pretend like nothing happened, like they did with previously leaked devices, and describe the new iPhone to a roomful of journalists who will applaud each "wow" feature as if they never saw it coming? Will Apple do NO keynote at all. Maybe just post a new iPhone release on the website. And advertise the hell out of it on TV. Do they really need a keynote to generate press on this thing? People will know about it. Do other companies have Keynotes to release an update to a product line? I think the last option is what Apple will go forward with.