In the teaser image below your can clearly see a Bluetooth button at the top left. On the left grip the letters BEL are visible suggesting the device could be called the Rebel. The center of the controller appears as though it might swing out to provide a clip to hold your mobile device.
Bluetooth integration would mean that the controller could support any device. Currently, the Ace Power supports the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, and iPod touch (5th generation) and requires a lightning connection to operate. The new controller would bring support for the iPad and older iPhone and iPod touches.
The Moga Ace Power costs $79.99. No word yet on how much the Bluetooth controller will cost; however, more details might be revealed at GDC which takes place March 17-21.
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