Even though none of the announced and rumored iOS 7 compatible gamepads has hit the market yet, competition among the devices, both real and rumored continues to heat up.
Earlier this month we saw a device from Logitech, and now insider @evleaks has tweeted a picture and details of a device from Moga.
The controller is similar to the Moga Pro for Android, though the form factor is significantly more compact. The design looks to be a comfortable one for extended gaming session, and appears to use the “Extended” configuration Apple discussed at WWDC this year.
The most notable feature is a built-in 1800mAh battery, which evleaks says will allow the controller to charge your device as you play games. YES!
True universal gamepad support was just introduced with the debut of iOS 7 last month, so we can expect to see a flood of game controllers in the coming months.
(UPDATE) – MacRumors has published a second photo, showing the controller in the closed position, that had been deleted by @evleaks. As you can see below, the gamepad looks to connect to iPhone via a Lightning connector, limiting its use to the iPhone 5 and higher.