With the release of Apple’s latest iOS 14.5 beta, support for next-gen video game console controllers has been introduced, allowing iPhone and iPad users to use PS5 DualSense and Xbox Series X controllers to play games on their iOS devices, as noted by The Verge.
Back in November, Apple revealed that it was working with Microsoft to include support for the Xbox Series X controllers. Steam also added PS5 controller support last year, followed by Nvidia’s Shield TV support last month.
Apple has included this feature in iOS 14.5 beta as part of several new enhancements, including updates to Siri, 5G global Dual-SIM support, as well as the ability to unlock iPhones and iPads using Face ID while wearing a face mask.
For a full rundown of what’s new in iOS 14.5 beta, check out this link.