Well the most important reason why iOS 7 was a treat for gamers was the added support for a gamepad. Though it doesn’t like much of the companies are currently interested in making one except ClamCase, yet another company named MOGA also seems to be coming up with one such controller.
MOGA Ace Power with 1800mAh battery pic.twitter.com/Bs9mwJFX4i
— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 25, 2013
Serial leaker @evleaks tweeted images of the controller which appears to be compatible with iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C. The controller looks quite similar to the Xbox 360 controller having the same buttons layout. But one of the notable differences is that though the colour combination of the buttons is same, the colours have been re-positioned.
The leaked pictures show that the iPhone would have to be placed in horizontal position in between the controller and the controller will have it’s own battery which is a plus point. The controller is apparently named as MOGA Ace Power.
The looks of this controller suggests that it will provide a home console experience to the gamer. But until the official launch, we can’t confirm anything.