Moga has officially unveiled its iPhone game controller and is now accepting pre-registration for the device. The Moga Ace Power is one of the first controllers to work with Apple's MFi (Made for iOS) gamepad support in iOS 7. It is compatible with the iPhone 5 and later and the fifth-generation iPod.
The controller connects to your iPhone or iPod via the Lightning port, and it features its own 1,800mAh battery that charges while you play. The gamepad includes dual analog sticks, a D-pad, four buttons and left and right top buttons.
The Moga Ace Power gamepad will be available through Apple's online store, third party retailers and directly from Moga very soon.
Back in September, ClamCase announced its own Bluetooth gamepad with iOS 7 support. The GameCase will be available sometime later this year or early 2014.Both Moga and ClamCase have yet to announced what games will support their controllers, but Moga told Engadget that they expect a "flood of game developers will take advantage" of their gamepad.