Microsoft today announced that it is expanding its Designed for Xbox mobile accessory certification program to include those made for iPhones.
“Last September, we expanded our Designed for Xbox licensed accessories into mobile gaming alongside the launch of Xbox Cloud Gaming (Beta) on Android with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate,” Microsoft’s Scott Weber writes. “Today we’re announcing the expansion of our Designed for Xbox mobile gaming accessories to iOS devices.”
New iPhone-compatible Designed for Xbox mobile accessories include:
Backbone One. The Backbone One for Xbox is compatible with all iPhone models with iOS 13 or later. Backbone One was designed to preserve battery life and reduce input latency by harnessing iPhone-exclusive technology, requiring no charging while enabling incredibly responsive gaming. It costs $99 and is available now from the Microsoft Store.
Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller for iOS. The Kishi Universal Gaming Controller fits most iPhones and offers an ergonomic design with clickable analog thumbsticks, ultra-low latency gameplay, and a lightning port for charging the iPhone while in you play. It is available for pre-order today and will $99 USD from Razer and other select retailers worldwide.
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