Apple iPhones and iPads are amazing gaming devices and in the App Store we have many amazing options, especially after the advent of Apple Arcade that has elevated the quality of games for mobile devices and that brings us news every week. However, there is something Apple has never allowed in its store: emulators.
Apple is known for having great control over its app store too amplifiers from other game platformsLike Game Boy or other popular consoles, they are not allowed. This is very reasonable, as it is not exciting for companies that do not own these games and games. So, since it's something that neither Apple nor Nintendo nor Sony, it seems reasonable that Apple does not allow them in its App Store.
However, this does not mean that iOS users do not have the ability to install this type of emulators on their iPhone or iPad, and now YouTube is known to test the Dolphin emulator version allowing you to play amazing games like Game Cube & # 39; s Super Mario Sunlight.
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Emulators can be dangerous
In this new video posted by the Snazzy Labs channel, you can see that this is an emulator works perfectly on iPad Pro and that makes it a real portable console. And when we add to this the traditional integration of PS4 controllers and Xbox One for iOS and iPadOS 13, it makes playing a wonderful experience. However, not all is good.
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The first reason why it is not recommended to install these type of emulators is that you do not know exactly who is causing them or their intentions. These types of applications use the certificate to be used and it is possible our information is at risk when you enter it. In addition, Apple can cancel these certificates or update iOS and make these apps stop overnight.
On the other hand there is the added moral problem, in order to play these characters you will need game pictures, which is likely you can only download illegally, because they are games that are a few years old. For this reason, big video game companies are competing with this type of emulator.
Without a doubt, what this shows, without the effect of bringing old games to our devices, is the incredible power of today's mobile devices they are able to preach themselves without confusion. I wish companies like Nintendo knew how to see this and launched their app where they would play their ancient games from our iPhone or iPad. Hopefully it will be something that comes with time.