Apple has heard about its software ecosystem, but in the midst of so much news, it's normal for some to get lost on the way. One of those included in this group concerns the new update of tvOS, which will support console controllers, namely the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
But it's not only on TV that you can use both commands, since with iOS 13, the iPhone will also be compatible. Previously, support for external controllers was limited to Bluetooth MFi connections.
In practice, this will facilitate interaction with some mobile games and other content that are present on Apple TV, such as Fortnite or PUBG, for example.
Note that Apple has plans to launch its new gaming service later this year. Arcade is a subscription program that includes more than 100 new and exclusive games, which can be player in almost all the line of equipment of the mark of the apple. In this way, the company does not push players to deal with the physical constraints of each platform, thus leaving them to opt for more functional controllers.
In the case of console players, this is a way to decrease the learning curve inherent in some games, since they can continue the mechanisms that are already accustomed in the systems of Sony and Microsoft.