It's clear you don't know much about how domains work.The root of the url is buyiphone.apple.com. Apple's website to buy iPhones has the root url store.apple.com.
My point was, that APPLE does not use the "buyiphone" prefix in their url. A quick trip to Apple.com and then navigating to the store page for iPhone's shows you that.It's clear you don't know much about how domains work.
That is part of the apple.com domain. You can make subdomains with any prefix you want before the apple.com.
If this is a joke, just know that the URL in the address bar is an apple domain. I can't tell you if the webpage below that came from that URL though.
This is from the "check upgrade availability" screen. I've tried it on my sprint, AT&T, and my buddy's verizon accounts - on both IE and Chrome on Mac and PC. I'm not getting the "iPhone 6". Also, look at the pixels around the 6. Looks like a Photoshop to me. Time for this thread to head on over to the trashcan, where it belongs.Just checked again