iPad.com and the Mystery of Enero 6 Corp. [Screenshot]

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) announced their latest product today, the iPad.  Generally companies make sure to own the domain name of a product or service that they offer.  Apple owns iPod.com and bought Me.com from a company called Snappville.com. However iPad.com is owned by a company called Enero 6 Corporation according to the website.  Apple bought the domain name iSlate.com about a year ago which led people to believe that this would be the name of the new device.

At the bottom of the screenshot you will notice that the website is owned by Enero 6 Corp.  Enero means January in Spanish which is the same month that the iPad was launched. Enero 6 may stand for January 6th. Coincidentally Apple and Steve Jobs had some milestones around that date:

January 6, 1998 – Steve Jobs announces that the company will show a $45 million profit for the first quarter of fiscal year 1998
January 6, 2000 – Steve Jobs announces OS X.
January 6, 2002 – Apple announced the iMac with 15″ LCD.
January 6, 2004 – Apple announced iLife 2004 and iPod Mini at Macworld
January 6, 2005 – Bill Gates was giving a presentation at CES and Windows froze.
January 5, 2009 – Steve Jobs said he would not be at MacWorld because he wanted to spend time with family.
January 6, 2009 – iTunes becomes DRM free.

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at

iPad.com and the Mystery of Enero 6 Corp. [Screenshot] Comments

  1. BF says:

    Interesting theory, but the stumbling block here is that Ipad.com has been registered under the same record since 1997 — and still shows contact information in Drums, PA. Seems like a lot of work to pull a page front off.

  2. BF says:

    Hmm… Nevermind, the Drums, PA contact is for a different company that's handling the forwarding to Enero 6. Maybe you're on to something.

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