iOS 14.5 will be compatible with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X controllers

LOS Apple will begin to launch iOS 14.5 today in its beta version for members of the trial program, the main novelty of this update being the compatibility of the system with PlayStation DualSense 5 controllers and the Xbox Series X controller.

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iOS and iPadOS until now were not compatible with the controls of the new consoles, but iOS 14.5 promises to change that, this being an especially pleasant novelty in the eyes of users with a taste for video games.

This update ends after Apple’s announcement of a collaboration with Microsoft aimed at making the Xbox Series X controller compatible with its operating system, becoming a reality with iOS 14.5.

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Beyond Apple, also Nvidia’s Steam and Shield TV now support PlayStation DualSense 5, considered by many to be the most advanced controller on the market.

iOS 14.5: What other news will it bring?

Besides the good news for gamers, iOS 14.5 also focuses on the common user. In the range of new functions, the new function to unlock the iPhone through a connected Apple Watch, even if its user is wearing a mask.

Upgrading to iOS 14.5 will allow users to share the estimated time of arrival at the destination through Apple CarPlay and will support 5G connectivity with dual SIM. Finally, Siri will have a new function that will allow you to make emergency calls to the contacts saved on the smartphone.

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LOS Apple has not yet announced a release date for the new version of the operating system, but given the start of the beta program, it is estimated that iOS 14.5 may reach users in April.

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Via: The Verge

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