SteelSeries’ Nimbus+ Wireless Gaming Controller Was Made For Apple Devices

May 13, 2020

Category: Tech

For a long time, Apple didn’t seem phased by the growing world of video games. But that all changed recently when they unveiled Apple Arcade — a subscription service that already has 100+ ad-free games available across a wide variety of genres. Unfortunately (and especially regarding iPhones and iPads), the interfaces are not exactly ideal for gaming. But that’s where the SteelSeries Nimbus+ wireless gaming controller comes into play.

The original Nimbus was already the world’s most popular mobile gaming controller and the new edition follows closely in its footsteps while adding a number of bigger, better, upgraded features. That includes new additions like clickable joysticks, Hall effect triggers, a new included iPhone mount, and (most impressively) a 50-hour battery life. Furthermore, this device is officially Apple MFi-certified and compatible with the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple TV. The Nimbus+ will be available soon through both Apple and SteelSeries, though official pricing has yet to be unveiled.

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