(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Last week, rumors surfaced that Apple’s next generation of the iPhone would most likely feature curved screens, much like Samsung’s Galaxy Round.
Now, there is much speculation as to if the iPhone 6 will feature 3D sensors.
Yesterday, Reuters reported that Apple bought PrimeSense, an Israeli company that produces 3D chips. This technology was used in the gesture-detecting sensors similar to Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Kinect controller.
Due to the recent purchase of PrimeSense, Christian Today expressed belief that Apple may incorporate 3D controls in the iPads, Apple TV, and future iPhones.
No official comments have been made from Apple or PrimeSense about the collaboration of 3D chips in any Apple products.
The rumored iPhone 6 is said to have 4.7 and 5.5 inch curved screens along with touch sensors. There is not a confirmed release date yet, but many reports are saying that the new phone will be released in 2014.