iPhone to Mobile PS4 with DualShock 4 and Remote Play app in iOS 13

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From WWDC2019, Apple has released iOS 13 (available for download before developers) that have changed and added many new interesting features. For gamers, this is a new thing that should not be missed as well. Let’s see what this game will be like.

Change iPhone to Mobile PS4 with DualShock 4 and Remote Play app in iOS 13

Apple announced support for Sony’s DualShock 4 controller, which is a full game controller for the PlayStation 4. And confirming the support for the Xbox One S controller for gamers and even supporting the existing Sony Play Remote app for iOS as well.

The Remote Play app was released in March. With the ability for users to connect the iPhone or iPad to PS4 to stream or play games while away from each other (But still in the Wi-Fi network because the app does not support mobile connection) the app works well and is smooth Examples of games such as Overwatch and Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey on the iPhone, but some control screens on MFi may not work well. Which will develop in the next step.

Currently, support for iOS 13 and DualShock 4 on the iPhone or iPad will still be PS4 as the main feature with various functions or controls. Full range, whether it be with a microphone that might be talking to friends While online games at the same time are considered to work quite well.

The disadvantage for the Remote Play app is that some games are not supported or compatible with this system because some games do not allow users to stream or control games from iOS devices.

For controllers like DualShock 4 and Xbox One S, they will also be developed and improved to be used with other apps, such as the recently launched Steam Link app for iOS, Valve apps that will allow users to stream games to iPhone or iPad can only be in a mobile phone device or computer in the same network. Once connected, users can use that iOS device to play streaming games. There are still many games that support DualShock 4 and Xbox controllers already.

Microsoft is able to work with its own smartphone streaming app, which may also come from iOS devices, but now Xbox One gamers still look at other options. For streaming to iPhone or iPad, such as the OneCast app for $ 11.99 [Direct Link], similar to Sony Remote Play OneCast streaming Xbox One games to iOS devices connected to Wi-Fi networks as well.

In addition, iOS 13, iPadOS and tvOS 13 also support DualShock 4 and Xbox One S controllers. The launch schedule will launch with the Apple Arcade, the latest subscription service for iOS, iPadOS and tvOS to offer. Users can play quality games that Apple has provided.

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