Published on September 30, 2013 in Industry News

On the heels of Apple's unveiling of the new iPhone 5s and a new, more affordable iPhone 5c, Mkodo m-gaming specialist and business development director Mark Gibson has announced his theory that the new phones will result in a mobile gaming boost.

Gibson explained, “Apple's release promises to be the most significant iOS upgrade and hardware release for some time and, in time, a real opportunity to provide high quality apps and services for a whole new population of customers.”

Both of these new iPhones will feature Apple's new and improved operating system, iOS7, which has an array of features that are sure to enhance your mobile casino gaming experience.

Mobile casino games that are motion-sensitive are sure to see a boost, as the new iPhones a high-tech M7 motion co-processor chip that will make the phones more responsive to movement. Quite simply, this provides lots of potential for a new genre of mobile casino gaming.

Apple's new iOS7 will also include a much sharper display, in addition to AirDrop, a feature that allows you to share multimedia items with other iPhone users via Bluetooth and WiFi.

“The multi-tasking will improve the performance of apps yet further, including aspects such as sound synchronization, whereas dynamic motion will allow movement between screens within apps to be more fluid and controlled by the movement of the device...This will have a positive effect on the usability of apps and the quality of visual engagement,” Gibson added.

Notably, on the September 10 unveiling, Apple revealed its latest models, the new iPhone 5s, which will tout a fingerprint scanner for enhanced security (and it's a measure hoped to ease the plague of iPhone thefts), along with Apple's first-ever 'affordable' model, the new iPhone 5c. Both models will utilise the new iOS7.