Apple Developing TV with 'iRing' Motion Control For Late 2013 (Report)
White believes the new product will "revolutionize the TV experience forever" with the previously unknown "iRing" motion controller, which will function as a "navigation pointer" for users.
The report also claims Apple will introduce a second-screen experience on a "mini iTV" an iPad-sized device.
White says the mini could be used for phone calls and home automation tasks and also project images from the main screen up to a distance of 200 hundred meters.
White writes that, while similar to an iPad, the mini is not a full-featured iPad replacement but more an extension of the iTV.
Apple has long been rumored to be developing a full Apple TV but little verified concrete information has leaked to the public.
Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson said the Apple founder was working on a device before his death but provided no details.
The company currently offers AppleTV, a small box that connects to a TV to show iTunes content and material from other streaming services.