Moga Ace Power is the first official iPhone Gaming Controller

On November 22, 2013


Although it has been rumored for a long time, Moga Ace Power only now has been officially announced and is due to arrive in stores.

It is the first official gaming controller for iPhone and the first device that takes advantage of the APIs introduced by Apple in iOS 7, dedicated to this new class of products. In theory, the gadget from the above picture came on the internet a few months ago, in practice, only now had the official announcement and a video presentation that should answer all questions you may have opposite to its functionality.

First, the device, which operates among other things as a case for iPhones is compatible with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5S and fifth generation of iPod Touch. This detail is partly because of the Lightning port which functions as an interface between the controller and gadget created by Apple. In addition, also from the plug it lets you charge your phone, as Moga Acer Power includes a 1800 mAh battery.

Regarding the controlling part, you can use two analog sticks in many of your favorite games, a directional pad, two triggers and four action buttons. A headphone jack is hidden somewhere on the edge, given that the design used by the accessory covers the jack cover from the side of the phone.

Starting today, should arrive in stores in the U.S. and will have a price of $99. As a small detail, try not to ignore the fact that your favorite iOS games needs to be optimized to work in tandem with Moga Acer Power. Currently, almost all only respond to touch.