With the release of iOS 14.5, Apple added official support for PS5 and Xbox Series X controllers on the iPad and iPhone and Apple TV, as well as the Mac with its corresponding update (11.3) , so it was time before these hit the Apple Store.
No sooner said than done. Apple has listed the PlayStation 5’s DualSense in the Apple Store Online, a controller that It has the same price as if we had bought it directly from Sony $ 69.99
Be natively compatible with iOS 14.5, all games available on Apple Arcade and compatible with controllers, are compatible with the PlayStation 5 DualSense. In addition, it also allows us to play remotely from our iPhone or iPad via the PS Remote Play application. This remote is charged via the USB-C port, a cable that is not included in the box contents.
Sony recently announced the launch of two new colors for the DualSense controller: Cosmic red
For the moment Apple does not sell the Xbox Series X controller, but it will only be a matter of time before including it, as iOS 14.5 and macOS 11.3 offer native support not only for Sony’s DualSense, but also for the controller included in Microsoft’s Xbox Series X.