Gamevice announced today that it is accepting pre-orders for its latest game console, the Gamevice Flex, which is designed to fit iPhones with boxes of all sizes, so there’s no need to remove the case to play.

The sides of the Flex disintegrate so that Iphone It fits in the middle, then snaps around the sides of your ‌iPhone‌‌ to hold it securely. There is a built-in Lightning port for the ‌iPhone‌ version that allows connection to the Gamevice app.

Gamevice built the Flex with the design of an Xbox controller, so it’ll be familiar to Xbox fans, plus the company says it’s built with an improved ergonomics for more comfortable gaming sessions. There are full-size joysticks, hall effect players, a headphone jack, and a built-in Lightning connector for charging ‌iPhone‌ through the USB-C port.

iPhone‌ users can play any game that supports game controllers using Gamevice Flex.

Gamevice Flex is available for pre-order starting today and starts October 25th. Pre-orders come with a free one-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

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