MOGA iPhone gamepad leaks online

A photo of the MOGA Ace Power has been leaked on Twitter by @evleaks, while a second one displays it in closed mode, with the iPhone removed.

The site later posted several new shots of the controller.

The handset is rumored to include an 1800 mAh battery which will allow it to function independently of the iPhone and eventually to upload, so it won’t affect battery life during games.

At WWDC 2013, Apple unveiled its dedicated game controller framework and called Logitech and Moga its “key partners.”

The company also revealed then that the first handsets would arrive “on store shelves later this fall.”