However, there is one thing that Apple didn't advertise and it will interest all the gamers out there. As per Riles, the developer of the iOS emulator Delta has revealed that iOS 16 also supports the Nintendo Switch controllers and Joy-Cons. This is one of the most exciting news and here are the complete details about it.
iPhone iOS 16 update brings Nintendo Switch controller support
Riles posted on his official Twitter handle that iOS 16 supports Nintendo Switch controllers and they work perfectly with Delta.
!!! iOS 16 natively supports Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers!!— Riles 🤷♂️ (@rileytestut) June 6, 2022
Can confirm they work perfectly with Delta 😍 pic.twitter.com/p8u1sdjvTt
Later on, he also revealed that it also supports Joy-Cons both separately and together. If you add both of them, they will appear as a single MFi Controller to apps.
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If you want to switch from using both the Joy-Cons as a single controller to using one of them at a time or vice versa, you can do it by holding the screenshot and home buttons for a few seconds.
YES, when you connect both joy-cons they appear as a single MFi Controller to apps!— Riles 🤷♂️ (@rileytestut) June 7, 2022
Apple seriously killed it with this implementation, this is incredible 👏 https://t.co/Lz7JQWzAN6pic.twitter.com/tUES8lh2zD
You will be able to connect the controller and Joy-Cons by going to the iPhone's settings and then, to the Bluetooth section.
Now, all we have to do is wait for the iOS 16 update to release so that we can officially enjoy this transformative feature on our iPhones.
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Featured image courtesy of Apple.