The first (by a hair) official iOS 7 controller for iPhone and iPod Touch is now ready to buy. Power A's MOGA Ace Power is available today for $99 at Apple Stores online and off, as well as the MOGAanywhere website, which also contains a handy list of more than 160 iOS games with controller support.
The MOGA Ace Power is the first Apple certified, iOS 7 compliant video game controller on the market. No one can take that away from manufacturer Power A, even a mobile gaming hardware reviewer who thinks it feels like a child's toy.
The motion of iOS 7's redesigned icons has many iPhone users complaining of motion sickness and vertigo. Jimmy Kimmel's solution is the only guaranteed cure.
iPhone gaming is normally portable by design. But sometimes - normally when a game has terrible touch controls - you want something more substantial. Like this.
Apple's new iOS is more than a big leap in interface, it's also pretty. And in Japan, people are making it erotic.
I figured the release of iOS 7 with game controller support would be accompanied by a blast of press releases from every major peripheral manufacturer, showing off their entry into the newly-opened market. So far all I've seen is a tease from Logitech and this, an accessory that transforms your iDevice into a…
After years of fan-made efforts, Nintendo finally went and released their own Pokedex app for iOS. It works, but it's kinda gross, and nowhere near as pretty as this gorgeous design by Jake Moore, which brings Pokemon into the iOS7 era.
Blizzard's mobile Battle.net Authenticator is a handy way to secure your StarCraft, World of Warcraft and Diablo accounts from rampant hackers, unless a major iOS upgrade screws it up. Then you're in for a headache.
After months of drooling over flat icons and clean lines, I've finally gotten my hands on iOS 7. Let's take a look at ten fresh features of the revamped operating system, from essential changes to the just plain neat. For instance, the new default wallpaper is an illusion. Ooooo.
Announced today at Apple's special event in California, the eagerly-anticipated iO7 update rolls out free to most iOS devices on September 18, bringing with it built-in support for game controllers. Then the fun begins.
Talking about the sleek new look of iOS 7 at the WWDC keynote today, Apple's Craig Federighi shows off the new bubble-fied version of Game Center, quipping "Game center — we completely ran out of green felt." Thank goodness.