WWDC continues to give us a surprise. In an online session Apple confirmed that iOS 14, iPadOS and tvOS will be compatible Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 y con el Adaptative controller.
Too many options to turn our devices into a video game center
In a session focused on how to support the touchpad and Dual Shock lightbulb and haptic areas of the Xbox Elite, the consistency of several game controls and Apple devices is guaranteed. Reconciliation it extends through haptic sounds and motion sensors
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In this same session it was also noted that the developers would be able to use the keyboard and mouse as a means of interacting with iPadOS for 14 games. Due to the introduction of these rules, this game will be played on the iPad, at least when input devices are needed. that is, you will approach that on a Mac or PC.
By providing additional support for game communication, Apple offers developers multiple options when creating or deploying games on the platform. Something, in the end, that benefits us all.