The basic iControlPad will be a simple sleeve into which the iPhone slots. It will have a D-pad plus two analog joysticks, four control buttons and two function keys (Start and Select). As for the second upgraded model, that will also squeeze in a battery which can be used to recharge the iPhone/iPod touch rather than drain the device’s own power during gaming.

There is still no word on pricing, or exact release dates, but the iControlPad team are suggested people sign up to their newsletter for information. Supplies of the first batch will be limited, and we’re expecting this to sell like the proverbial hot-cakes.


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