Apple has started selling official Xbox One controllers via its website.
The listing was noticed by The Verge, and follows the company's decision to allow its various devices to support both the Xbox and PlayStation controllers.
The Xbox Wireless Controller is priced at $59.95 and appears to only be available online at the moment, although it's not impossible Apple could stock the gamepad within its retail outlets.
There is no sign of Sony's DualShock 4 controller on the sight, but this could also be a possibility given that iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac also support this device.
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