The PS5 DualSense Controller now works with Apple devices through the PS Remote Play iOS App which is great for everyone gaming on their iPhone or iPad. Although nowadays streaming games are now catching up all thanks to the Google Stadia and the Microsoft Xbox game pass. Sony has been offering something that looks like that for more than 10 years now.
PS5 DualSense Controller Now Supported on PS Remote Play iOS App
Remote Play, of course, you just have to locally stream the game locally from your PlayStation console already present in your house, but it would still offer some more measure of convenience for all those that do not want to always live in the room. Sony has decided to expand the platform a bit and finally coming up with more support for the PS5 DualSense controller that is in the Remote Play app, at least under some circumstances.
the PlayStation 5 came with its own controller that carried some interesting new features. The new DualSense controller naturally is not supported by the PS Remote Play app but that has been changing slowly in the last few months. Following its availability available on Windows and macOS, Sony has decided to add support for the controller to the Remote Play Mobile App.
PS Remote Play iOS App
The Catch here is that it would apply to Apple devices, that is those making use of iOS or the iPadOS Remote Play app. The Android gamers would be unfortunately remain stuck using the DUALSHOCK4 controllers, not that they would be missing out on plenty of new features entirely.
As reported by IGN the DualSense support is actually a hit or miss, depending on the game that you are on. The fancy new adaptive triggers would apparently work but haptics sometimes would not. Headphone and speaker support remains missing, but it is not yet clear if and when those would becoming. Most importantly, it is also not clear when the android users would be treated to the same latest feature.
While it is not yet exactly beholden to a much faster internet connection, the PS Remote Play does not entirely need you to possess a fast home network. Even if you are in possession of one, the mobile device might not actually become the network bottleneck to the point that you might be better off playing your PS4 or PS5 games that is on a PC or Mac with a wired connection to your router anyway.