The iPad is a "multimedia tablet computer" with a 9.7" touchscreen, and has a 7.9" derivative, the iPad mini. The iPad can browse the web, playback local and streamed content, and run a large variety of third party apps, including games.
Launched on April 27, 2010
Hosts 3455 games
The iPhone is a multimedia multi-touch smartphone created by Apple Inc.
Launched on June 29, 2007
Hosts 4368 games
The Apple iPod is a popular MP3 player that garnered a bit of game support due to its large market. Support for games never took off until the newer, touch-screen iPod Touch and iPhones were released, and development of iPod Classic games has ceased.
Launched on October 23, 2001
Hosts 60 games
The Intellivision by Mattel Electronics was a system known for its unique controllers and cutting-edge graphics in the early 1980s, but it was ultimately overshadowed by the technically less powerful, Atari 2600.
Launched on January 31, 1979
Hosts 123 games