While this should in no way serve as evidence that Apple’s next handset will actually be called iPhone 5, the company has successfully managed to pry the domain name iPhone5.com away from its owner following an IP complaint.
Every Monday, we'll show you how to do something new and simple with Apple's built-in command line application. You don't need any fancy software, or a knowledge of coding to do any of these. All you need is a keyboard to type 'em out!
If you are in the domain name procurement business, or if you just want to find out who owns a particular domain name, then you’ll probably want to utilize the Terminal command called WHOIS. Pronounced “who is," this tool lets you instantly look up the domain name record by querying the databases that store that information. This tool can also be beneficial for verifying your own domain name information stored by WHOIS servers.
With Apple’s recent announcement of iCloud, many MobileMe users have been wondering what will happen to their current services once the switch to iCloud becomes official. An alleged email from Steve Jobs claims that iWeb sites hosted on MobileMe may bite the dust when Apple flips the iCloud switch. And even though Apple has already renewed everyone’s MobileMe registration until Jun 30, 2012, it’s no guarantee that MobileMe iWeb hosting will be available for that length of time. In the meantime, however, you might want to take the necessary precautions. We’ll show you how to begin the transition of your iWeb sites to a dedicated hosting solution.