Earlier this year Apple announced that new APIs in iOS 7 opened up support for certified game controllers. Logitech and MOGA were said to be working on such accessories, pictures of the purported MOGA Ace Power controller for iPhone have leaked online.
The pictures come from well known Twitter personality @evleaks, who has a pretty strong track record when it comes to such leaks. So there’s a big possibility that what we see in these pictures truly is MOGA’s new gaming controller for the iPhone. The pictures reveal that MOGA Ace Power controller has a D-pad, buttons on the left and right front shoulders as well as dual thumbsticks. One could only fathom how the controller would enhance the gaming experience on the device.
Apple has already announced its support for the upcoming Made for iPhone or MFI program, though it is unclear when the company is planning on launching MFI for game controllers. Manufacturers other than MOGA and Logitech are also said to be working on get their own controllers ready, which are expected to be released in the near future. Logitech has already started teasing its iPhone compatible controller.
No pricing or availability information of the MOGA Ace Power has been leaked as yet. The controller is expected to be announced soon, it is said to come with an integrated 1,800mAh battery.