We’ve seen no shortage of wild iPhone 6 concepts, but this latest one stands out by focusing on the mobile gamer. Sahana Yogarasa has conceptualized an iPhone 6 Pro, which sports a sleek rectangular design and an accompanying game controller that doubles as a projector.
This iPhone 6 Pro concept has a slim white build and silver edges, with an “iStick” stylus that slides out of the bottom of the device. This vision of the next iPhone has a heart rate sensor at its top left edge, as well as an LED light at the bottom edge that provides notification alerts. The device would run on an Apple A9 processor and feature a 16-MP rear camera.
A separate video from the same creator features an iController, which is a gaming controller that the iPhone would slide neatly into. The real kicker here is the controller’s built-in projector, which would allow you to play games and play movies on a big canvas without the need for an external display.
If that’s not enough, this iController has a front-mounted projector that would display a touch-friendly keyboard on a desk or table. We’ve seen virtual keyboards like this before, but they haven’t worked very well.
The Logitech Powershell and Moga Ace Power both allow you to enjoy physical controls for your iPhone games, though Apple has yet to release a gaming peripheral of its own. An included game controller would certainly shake things up for the iPhone 6, which is expected to arrive this fall with a larger 4.7-inch display and iOS 8.