Apple Takes Over iPad3.com Without A Fight
The flagship Apple applications have been updated for the occasion: the office suite iWork, including Pages, Keynote and Numbers, is therefore responsible for the Retina display of the new iPad, like iMovie and GarageBand, the latter benefiting the passage of new features including a partition editor, synchronization via iCloud and sharing.
Apple iPad to take advantage of the new iLife finally complete the third missing iPhoto.
On shelf, Photo Manager offers functions “smart navigation” multipurpose editing and effects “professional quality.” It facilitates the selection of picture with comparison functions, exclusion by gesture, etc.. Then sharing via email, Twitter or Flickr (or Facebook or Picasa but likely). Note that the application supports JPEG photos to a maximum resolution of 19 million pixels, which may be a limiting factor in a few months.
Recently Apple had to struggle for months to acquire the domain iPhone5.com, Last week Apple took over the domain ipad3.com. following a complaint logged by the IT Giant Apple to the World Intellectual Property Organization. There are variety of of Ipad’s cases available on Tesco. The World Intellectual Property Organization case was filed as active, where the it hasn’t even reached an official ruling, which indicates that Apple’s legal machines scared the hell out of the registrar. However he has already transferred the ownership to Apple’s legal team. According to records the domain was registered from a company called Global Access located in the Isle of Man.
It appears the previous owner of the name didn’t even want to wait for an arbitration panel to issue the inevitable decision, and has instead decided to quickly transfer the domain following a complaint that was filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) at the end of June.
Global Access has a bad reputation and also been found guilty in cybersquatting cases involving MasterCard and AOL. It just took a week for Apple to take over this domain name. Apple’s Legal Team is all set to target the iPad.com and we should hear some news soon.