Engadget has it that Cisco just released a VoIP phone named the iPhone, which means that Apple's product will not be named the iPhone.
Perhaps Google (not Apple) made those changes.I'm not hinting at anything, I'm just saying that it would have to be a REALLY huge coincidence or a deliberate apple fakeout (or hedge, if they don't yet have a name) to make their FIRST priority (specifically at midnight last night) to redirect the google search term "iPhone" to eWorld.com (which is actually apple.com).
It doesn't just redirect you to apple.com, the url is actually eworld.com.
That HAS to be deliberate...for whatever it's worth.
That amused me quite a lot.
Folks over at Cisco must have been laughing their ***** off while spotting mac users browsing MacRumors hitting F5 to see what was happening on monday.
This rumor is a pile of siht
Dennis Vogel, a product manager for Cisco, says the use of the iPhone name is part of a larger strategic vision concerning networked homes. Cisco CEO John Chambers will expand on that strategy in remarks at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January.