The iControlPad iPhone controller prototype has just been updated to a more user-friendly format, where it has controls that have been moved from the sides of the phone to a different position at the bottom, featuring dual analog sticks and rear-mounted triggers. In fact, the size of the iControlPad seems to have grown in order to accommodate the internal battery that helps juice up your handset while you’re enjoying a game of your choice on it. Actual shipping hardware is tipped to ship in the near future, so stay tuned!
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