Gameloft has said that more powerful phones lead to better game sales.
Senior vice president Alexandre de Rochefort commented on the iterative nature of the iPhone, which has released with a new and more powerful model each year, such as the recent 3GS.
"From a business point of view, I think the better the phone, the more the games will sell. It's as simple as that," he told DS.
"We view this with a lot of optimism and we're very glad to see companies like Apple that are really pushing the limits. Apple entering the mobile market has been the best news in the past few years."
Gameloft has been optimising titles for the 3GS, with Driver providing a better frame rate and draw distance and Nova with additional bloom effects.
He also said that despite being the leading supplier of games for the system, they have no indication of what new iPhone models will be like.
"Even though, in my belief we’re the number one suppler of games on the App Store - we're the number one partner from this point of view - we don't get any insight on how or when the new iPhone is going to be launched."
Gameloft has over 4,000 employees worldwide and a distribution network in over 80 countries.