On 30th March Apple sent a complaint to the WIPO (for intellectual property) in the hope of obtaining possession of the domains and Applecom.com ApplePrinters.com, now occupied by squatters.It is not the first time we see this kind of behavior, as many other companies have adopted the same tactic to register domains related to the name of the company. The risk is that some users connect to these sites in hopes to interface with the "world" of Cupertino, when in fact connect to portals far more dangerous.
In the past it had already registered iPods.com, MacBookPros.com and many others. To date, various marks are found, for example, we own or MacBook.com iPad.com, the fact remains that in future the company may think to record them, even if it seems strange that someone wait before you use them improperly claim that they be intellectual property.
For the future we'll see what we know is that when the company reported the property and Applecom.com ApplePrinters.com.