Apple’s latest iOS update 14.5 brings native console support to iPhone and iPad for PS5 and Xbox Series X controllers. The update makes it possible to sync DualSense or Xbox controllers wirelessly to iOS devices once installed.
The new iOS update 14.5 features a variety of features, from unmasking to phone locks to a wider range of audio options for Siri. However, the update also has features that will delight users who play games. With the new update, users will be able to sync DualSense and their new Xbox controllers wirelessly to iOS via built-in controller support and use them to play in supported apps.
iOS console support conflicts with Xbox beta test
The new controller support is expected to work for PlayStation Remote Play as well. Because playing the best PS5 games without being in front of the television will make users very happy. Also, the update is coming soon with Xbox cloud game beta testing on iOS devices. Thus, users participating in the beta will be able to play the games directly on their devices through the Safari browser. The beta, which also opens the way to stream games to PCs through the browser, is now being offered to a small audience. However, it is expected to open to all Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers soon.
Apple’s new iOS update has received new visual and interface designs, including first-party Apple apps, Apple Podcasts, Apple News, and features. Additionally, Apple Fitness Plus users have access to the privilege of streaming their audio and video to AirPlay 2 features TVs and devices. More details about the update can be found here.