Recently, information appeared in Western media that a well-known manufacturer of accessories Logitech is preparing a gamepad for smartphones iPhone. And today blogger Evan Blass, better known by the nickname @evleaks, confirmed this. Evan Blass posted the first press photo of the new controller on his Twitter. It, as we can see in the photo, is compatible with iPhone 5. But also, I think, it can also be used for iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. As you can see in the photo, the controller has a standard D-pad, two analog sticks, action and pause buttons, and triggers located at the top. In addition, the 'overlay' does not block access to the main camera and flash. To use game controllers, your smartphone must have the latest mobile operating system iOS 7, which first introduced support for gamepads. It is also worth noting that immediately after the official announcement of iOS 7 at WWDC 2013, experts stated that the company Apple, together with Logitech and Moga, began developing game controllers for iPhone and iPad. Unfortunately, the date of the official announcement and the cost of the new controller for iPhone from Logitech are still unknown. It is possible that it will be presented closer to the Christmas holidays.