Up until last week, the name iphone.com belonged to a guy called Michael Kovatch. Not any more, it doesn't. The entrepreneur, who registered the site in 1995 and was planning on building a business around it, has just flogged the domain name to Steve and Co. for an undisclosed seven-digit sum.
Apple Finally Gets its Hands on iphone.com for at Least $1 Million
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