Apple included native support for third-party game controllers in iOS 7, and press images of a number of game controllers have leaked since then, including ones made by Logitech and MOGA.
Over the weekend, MOGA accidentally posted a trailer for their new “MOGA Ace Power” iPhone game controller on YouTube. The controller has an 1800mAh battery pack to power your iPhone, along with A, B, X, Y buttons, a D-Pad, dual analog sticks and R1/R2 and L1/L2 buttons
As seen in the video, the controller has a portable design, which means that when you’re not using the controller with your iPhone, it collapses to occupy minimal space. The trailer says the Ace Power is “Made for iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and the iPod touch (5th gen).” The price is said to be $99 according to a webpage that has now been taken offline, but we’ll know for sure only when the controller is announced.
Separately, the highly accurate @evleaks revealed that Logitech’s iPhone game controller would be called “Powershell” suggesting that their controller has a battery pack as well.
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