It's no secret Logitech, and others, are working on hardware for iPhones and iPads that will work with iOS 7's new controller features. However, it's been a bit of a mystery as to just what those devices will look like.
A new photo, posted by Evleaks, shines some light on that with a very finished-looking device that cradles what looks like an iPhone 5. It sports a D-pad, four action buttons, and shoulder buttons, along with what looks like a large pause button. In the back, there's a cut out so that the camera can still be used, which also serves as double duty to eject the phone.
The design is similar to a blurry shot snapped by game site Kotaku back in June, shortly after Apple announced support for game hardware.
Logitech did not immediately return a request for comment on the photo, which was spotted by 9to5Mac.
There have been a number of third-party controllers for iOS devices over the years; although, these have used workarounds and required specific support from developers to function. Apple's solution -- which rolled out as part of iOS 7 -- promises something that's more widely supported and actually encouraged within the company's software development kit.
The photo comes days after case maker ClamCase showed off a controller design that houses the iPad Mini and potentially other versions for the iPhone 4S and later. That device has yet to get a price or release date.