CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Gamevice for iPhone

The $100 Gamevice turns your iPhone 6, 6S, 6 Plus or 6S Plus into a handheld game console of sorts, adding physical buttons and joysticks.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

It's a pair of grips that wrap around your phone thanks to a stretchy band in back.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

Here's how you put the Gamevice on your phone. You stretch the left grip around the left edge of the handset.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

There's a little slider in the back of the Gamevice that allows you to set it for smaller (6, 6S) or larger (6 Plus, 6S Plus) sized iPhones.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

Each grip has an analog stick, and a bumper and trigger under your index finger. The right grip also has four nice springy A, B, X, Y face buttons, and a pause button. Underneath are a headphone jack and Micro-USB port that can charge your phone.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

The left grip has a four-way directional pad for movement, instead of the face buttons.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

The analog sticks are a low point: they're pretty tiny, with fairly weak action, and rough edges that can dig into your thumbs. They work, though.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

I found the physical controls particularly useful for dogfighting and first-person shooting games.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

Here are the shoulder buttons and triggers around back.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

Big cinematic games like Final Fantasy VII can look pretty great when your hands aren't blocking the screen.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

Here's a screen size comparison between the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

A closer look at the left grip, with its D-pad and battery button.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

Gamevice for iPhone

One last shot of the Gamevice with an iPhone 6 Plus.

Photo by: Sean Hollister/CNET

REVIEW

The most beautiful phone ever has one wildly annoying issue

he Samsung Galaxy S8's fast speeds and fantastic curved screen make it a top phone for 2017, but the annoying fingerprint reader could sour your experience.

Hot Products