If you play any games on mobile at all, you already know how frustrating it is to use on-screen digital controls. It’s not so bad in some games, but in games like first-person shooters and role-playing games, controlling your character and being accurate in combat is night impossible. But thankfully, there are accessories to fix problems like these — a Bluetooth game controller for the iPhone 11.
|SteelSeries||SteelSeries Nimbus Bluetooth Mobile Gaming Controller||Buy on Amazon|$49.48(Price as of 10/22/2019 22:34 ET)|
|8Bitdo||8Bitdo M30 Bluetooth Gamepad||Buy on Amazon|$29.99(Price as of 10/22/2019 22:34 ET)|
|GameSir||GameSir F1 Grip Game Controller Mobile Joystick Gamepad||Buy on Amazon|$9.98(Price as of 10/22/2019 22:34 ET)|
|PowerA||PowerA MOGA Ace Power - Electronic Games||Buy on Amazon|$99.99(Price as of 10/22/2019 22:34 ET)|
|Rotor Riot||Rotor Riot MFI Certified Gamepad Controller||Buy on Amazon|$49.99(Price as of 10/22/2019 22:34 ET)|
Coming up first on our list is the SteelSeries Nimbus. The Nimbus is an excellent choice for the iPhone 11 because this closely resembles the full size controller from a game console like the Xbox One or Xbox 360.
This one was designed specifically for iOS. It’s a full size controller, so you’ll get excellent ergonomics that will keep your hands comfortable. The physical controls are excellent, and give you much better precision, especially in shooters and role-playing games.
The SteelSeries Nimbus should work fine with all MFi-ready games. It’s compatible with most Apple devices out there, so you could use it with the iPhone 11, or an iPad. Or, take it to the big screen on your MacBook or iMac.
The 8BitDo M30 might not be a full-size controller, but it still provides you with better precision than those digital controls. That said, this one actually closely resembles the controller from the Sega Genesis & Mega Drive game console. It’s — obviously — a lower profile controller, so it doesn’t have the best ergonomics, but you do get the better control and function over your games.
The GameSire F1 is actually a really unique choice for the iPhone 11, because it is a combination of a physical joystick and controller grips. The joysticks actually sit right on the screen, and the controller grips to the sides of the phone for, well, a better grip on the phone during game time.
There’s a built-in stand for better comfort when watching movies, TV shows, and other media.
MOGA Ace Power
MOGA has been a big name in mobile game accessories for years now, but primarily made controllers for Android. That said, the MOGA Ace Power was designed specifically for iOS. All of the buttons and joysticks will work just fine with the iPhone 11, and give you better precision overall.
Hook this one up to your iPhone 11 over Bluetooth, and you can comfortably play your favorite iOS games for hours before needing to charge the Ace Power itself up.
Coming up last on our countdown, but certainly not least, we’re looking at the Rotor Riot.
Rotor makes this easy to connect up to your iPhone 11. Once you do, you’ll instantly get better control over your character, and combat moves, too. The Rotor Riot is a little different from other game controllers, since it’s actually a wired controller, and not a wireless controller. It’s easy to setup the Rotor Riot — just set it in the holder, hook the lightning cable up to it, and then you’re ready to start gaming.
This one actually resembles an Xbox controller the most, so if you already do a lot of gaming on an Xbox One or even and Xbox 360, you’ll likely be able to pick this one up and start gaming without much need to learn the button placement.
As you can see, there are a ton of excellent game controllers that you can use with the iPhone 11. Most of these will provide you with much better control over your character, as well as their combat moves. Our favorite is the SteelSeries Nimbus, which provides you an experience that is closest to something that you would experience with a console.
Do you have a favorite game controller for the iPhone 11? Let us know in the comments section below!