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Gaming controller for iOS devices
Apple is trying to cover the patent exciting gaming accessories for portable devices, like receptacle system allowing iPod to play games. Apple is developing a real gaming controller for iPads and iOS devices featuring cameras, motion sensing, a dual-display configuration and physical buttons mounted on the back coupling a multi-touch surface on the front.
Note: the above image represents ThinkGeek’s iCade 8-Bitty gaming accessory for the iPad and is only used for illustrative purposes.
AnandTech is giving the confirmation of Apple’s gaming efforts. The report came from the exhaustive iPad 3 review of the last week:
I know of an internal Apple project to bring a physical controller to market, but whether or not it will ever see the light of day remains to be seen.
Apple is really working on how to take iOS gaming one step ahead and is confirmed by the expertise like Vivek Gowri, Anand Lal Shimpiwho. The aforementioned authors are suggesting the new iPad is not worthy to drive native Retina games at acceptable frame rates, and these controller problem should be addressed”.
Apple is developing physical branded controller for iOS gaming in competition with Android, who provided basic support for various gaming peripherals hosted over an USB port or wirelessly, via Bluetooth. Apple’s physical controller would be coupled with its set-top box dubbed the Apple TV helping wirelessly beam displayed on iOS device to a TV set, but with a little deficiency. Games give the big revenue to the fruit Company as quoted 58% U.S based game software revenue for the last year which is trifold increase compared to 2009. The success increased because of hiring top talent in this field.
Apple really require to put out gaming console as, AirPlay technology coupled with HD TV set containing Apple logo on it, similarly Sony and Nintendo getting money only because of strong sales of iOS games. So it’s the need of the hour that Apple should be having an intelligent gaming controller with physical and touch-based input.