Moga Rebel

MOGA Rebel Controller will Support the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

The MOGA Rebel MFi controller is releasing just a few days before the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on September 17th. The good news is that it's extendable clip (or MOGA S.M.R.T. Lock), which holds the iPhone, extends to 3.75 inches, meaning users will be able to attach the 3.07-inch iPhone 6 Plus to the controller.

MOGA Rebel iPhone 6

The MOGA Rebel connects to the iPad (4th generation and above) and the iPhone/iPod Touch (5th generation and above) via Bluetooth. Obviously the MOGA S.M.R.T. Lock will not work with anything larger than an iPhone 6 Plus, but any basic iPad stand will work for use with all of Apple's tablets. The controller features an Xbox-like design with shoulder buttons and triggers, a D-pad and two analog sticks. It is also supports "hundreds" of games, according to MOGA.

Moga Teases New iOS 7 Bluetooth Controller

Moga has released a teaser image for its second iOS 7 controller. The image clearly shows a Bluetooth button which suggests the new gamepad will be a wireless device, unlike the Moga Ace Power which requires a Lightning connection. This also hopefully means it will work with all iOS 7 devices including the iPad. Moga's first iOS 7 controller the Ace Power only supports the iPhone 5 and later and fifth-generation iPod.

Moga iOS Controller

Currently the SteelSeries Stratus is the only universal iOS 7 controller on the market. Other devices like ClameCase's GameCase and Logitech's PowerShell all need to be attached to an iPhone or iPod to work.

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