Its only a matter of time before gaming controllers become available for iOS devices. Logitech is reportedly working on one, its purported controller has already been leaked as well. Moga too is said to be making a gaming controller for iOS devices called the Moga Ace Power. The first ever purported pictures of Moga Ace Power have leaked online. From the leaked pictures, it appears that the two halves of the controller simply need to be pulled apart so that the iOS device can fit in. Apparently the controller works with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c as well as the fifth generation iPod touch.
The leaked pictures come from @evleaks, who undoubtedly has a very solid track record when it comes to leaking unannounced products. Though there’s no pricing or availability information available as yet of the Moga Ace Power controller. It is said to have a 1,800mAh battery, which would be vital to provide power to the iOS device in case you drain the battery while being totally immersed in a gaming session. Not only does the controller have a D-pad, it also seems to have thumbsticks, which will definitely make it stand out from the controller that Logitech is apparently building.
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