The controller works with mobile games, e.g. B. with aSubscription and should also work with games streamed to the phone.
The Kishi stands out due to its typical mobile controller-like design with the paddles attached to both sides of the screen. It also connects directly to the phone, in this case via Lightning instead of using Bluetooth. This is how game controllers generally work on mobile devices.
$ 100 is expensive – even $ 80 for the Android model is expensive – but that’s how the iPhone accessories roll. It is available from today in the online Apple Store and from September 22 in stationary Apple Stores.