"Revolutionary": PowerShell Turns iPhone Into Console

Written by Oonagh Reidy     21/11/2013 | 10:22 | Category: INDUSTRY

With all the talk of PS4 and Xbox One's you can now get full gaming controls on iPhone 5, iPod

Logitech PowerShell Controller + Battery gives your Apple iPhone 5/5s and iPod touch console-like game controls on the left and right of the screen. 

The first-of-its-kind mobile gaming console, gamers just insert iPhone into the controller and use the entire screen for proper gaming controls on a mobile, including D-pad, shoulder triggers and face buttons.

It works on Apple 5th generation devices running iOS 7. 

It will be available mid-December at Apple stores only, but will hit other retailers after Christmas

The PowerShell Controller 1500 mAh battery increases the battery capacity of your Apple, so gamers can play for longer. It also gives other controls: power on/off, volume, camera, speakers, headphone jack and charging.

"We designed this controller to deliver a true console-gaming experience on an iOS 7 mobile device," said Ehtisham Rabbani, GM of Logitech gaming business. 

"With gaming so pervasive on the mobile platform - our research shows that 87% of iPhone and iPod touch users play games on their device - it's time to revolutionize the experience." 

Logitech's controller is compatible with the iOS 7 game controller framework; including Bastion, Fast & Furious 6: The Game, MetalStorm Aces, Galaxy On Fire 2 HD and Nitro, and others on App Store.   

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