“Since the early week of May, tech giant Apple Inc. was already in the news due to its efforts to secure the ownership of iPhone5.com through the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO),” Akansha Srivastava reports for Mobile & Apps. “And recently, reports have emerged, confirming Apple’s win in the dispute over the domain, and now iPhone5.com is being held by brand protection agency Corporation Service Company, which may have been used by Apple to take ownership.”
“This definitely hints at the fact that Apple will call its next smartphone as the highly rumored – iPhone 5,” Srivastava reports. “However, the dispute does not confirm that Apple will name its next-generation smartphone ‘iPhone 5.'”
Srivastava reports, “Whatever Apple is going to name its next generation iPhone, technically it will be the sixth model of iPhone released by Apple. The recent rumors and speculations in the run up to release have confirmed that Apple will follow the 4-inch screen strategy for its next iPhone.”
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