Apple Developing TV with 'iRing' Motion Control For Late 2013 (Report)
The device would be controlled by hand movements and also feature a companion second screen mini iTV.
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.
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