Today we see more and more interconnection between hardware and software from different manufacturers. Apple has already started with it the support from Sony’s DualSense controller, but Joy-Cons and Pro Controllers may be added to the Nintendo Switch soon.
It has become clear that Apple will support both controllers with the upcoming iOS 16 update. The American giant revealed the next version of iOS and the developer at WWDC Riley Titsot I couldn’t resist diving into the developer beta. The developer discovered that the Nintendo consoles work without any problems and through Apple’s engineering manager Nat Brown This has now been definitively confirmed.
In this way, almost all modern consoles are now supported: Sony’s DualSense, Xbox Series X | S, Joy-Cons, and Pro Controllers from the Nintendo Switch. iOS 16 should be released to the general public sometime this fall.
† iOS 16 natively supports Nintendo Switch Pro controllers!!
It can confirm that it works perfectly with Delta pic.twitter.com/p8u1sdjvTt
– Rileys 🤷♂️ (@rileytestut) 6 June 2022
Test away. Thank you if you encounter any problems. With both paired, hold down the bottom face buttons (left ‘capture’, right ‘home’) for a few seconds to join the Joy Cons on one console and do it again to split them both.
– Nat Brown (@natbro) 6 June 2022
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