MOGA Ace Power Controller for iOS 7 in Apple Store on Wednesday
MOGA Ace Power Controller for iOS 7
The first so-called MFI controller for iOS 7 is available at the online Apple Store starting tomorrow. Not Logitech , but MOGA is the first to release Made for iPhone (MFI) controller. The MOGA Ace Power Controller for iOS 7 will cost 99 dollars and is possible to reserve today from the official site of the manufacturer. Touch Arcade Game Site, already had a week to test the controller with a variety of games and finds that it is a good controller, but there is still much untapped potential. A video shows the controller in all its glory.
The main limitation of the MOGA controller is that it uses the lightning jack of the iPhone 5,iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s – the controller is therefore not suitable for older iPhones, iPads and iPods. The controller has a format that reminiscent the Xbox 360 controller. Two shoulder buttons on left and right, a left high stick, a stick right under four action buttons. The controller also has a direction key. Then there are three other buttons: right you check the battery status of the controller, the bottom left is adjusted using a switch or controller to charge the iPhone and a back button to reset the controller.
Despite the presence of a reset button, you need to adjust it before you operate the controller.You pull the two sides of the controller apart, slide the iPhone on the lightning connector and press it again.
Game Site TouchArcade shows not only how it works, but also test some games that already offer controller support.