Walking on the similar lines as Samsung Galaxy S4, certain reports hint that the iPhone 6 might roll out with motion and gesture controls.
Apparently, Apple is in talks to purchase Primesense, a firm that brought Kinect to the Xbox 360 in partnership with Microsoft. Nevertheless, even if the deal doesn’t work out, the Cupertino Calif.-based firm might include mid-air motion gestures in its devices including the iPhone, the iPad, Mac and Apple TV.
Apple is expected to house the iPhone 6 with faster and better A7 quad core processor, running iOS 7 operating system. Rumors also point towards the storage capacity of the iPhone 6, which is expected to hold internal memory of 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Considering the other device, Apple is also in talks to launch a low-cost iPhone, targeted for budget-sensitive consumers. This smartphone will come in different choices of colors. In contrast with the iPhone 6, this low-cost device will be made of plastic and not the aluminum that Apple uses in its traditional devices.