Here is the latest report that Apple,inc has recently got the domain name iPhone5.com that is on the name of its upcoming product iPhone5. About a week ago there was rumor or news that Apple wanted to takes on iPhone5.com domain but on that time nothing happened.
But there is a recent report from sources that after filing a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) over it. According to a recent report from social media news information site Mashable, “The domain had previously been registered to a company in Australia, but it now belongs to Corporation Service Company in Wilmington, Del., a domain-name registrar company.”
“As The Next Web first reported, Apple probably contracted the Corporation Service Company’s services to take ownership of the domain.”
Actually, Apple doesn’t wants to use iPhone.com as the product name of its upcoming version of iPhone but still they wants to make it their own in order to use this as the official domain of their upcoming product.
Mashable has highlighted this on its blog post that “Whatever Apple calls the next iPhone, the site iPhone5.com won’t show up in searches for the term, or if it does users won’t see any information — real or made-up — about the product.”
“While there will be no shortage of rumors and speculation in the run up to release, Apple’s goal may be to simply deprive casual web users of the most obvious hub they would use to look for info.”