Sony has announced that the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller can now be used to play PS5 or PS4 games remotely with iPhone models, iPod models, iPod Touch models and Apple TV. The PS Remote Play app allows PS5 or PS4 owners to play remotely on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android or PS4, however, this functionality is limited to the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller. Now, players can play remote games on Apple devices using their DualSense controller.
Sony shared in a post on its PlayStation support page that the DualSense controller is now compatible with Apple devices and can be connected using Bluetooth. IPhone, iPad, iPod Touch models running iOS 14.5 and later, and Mac machines running MacOS Pixar 11.3 or later can connect to a dualSense controller via Bluetooth. It allows users to play PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 4 games on their mobile devices using the DualSense controller through the PS Remote Play app.
To connect your DualSense controller to an Apple device, follow these steps:
- Enable Connect Mode on the controller, hold down the Create button, and then press and hold the PS button until the light bar flashes.
- Turn on Bluetooth on your device and your DualSense controller will be displayed in the list of nearby Bluetooth devices.
- Select the controller and the light bar on the dual sense will flash. The player indicator glows.
You can now use the DualSense controller to play compatible games using the PS Remote Play app. It can also be used to play games that support MFi controllers (controllers approved by Apple for use on iOS devices). The dualSense controller can be connected to only one device at a time, and must be connected to each new device.
If you want to reconnect the DualSense controller with your PS5, connect it using the USB cable and press the PS button, you are all ready.
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