It turns out that the good news that iOS 16 brings to players is not just the Face ID that can work in the iPhone’s landscape state.The developers of the Delta emulator shortly after the preview opened Riley Testut It was found that iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 can natively support Nintendo’s Joy-Con and Switch Pro handlebars. Among them, the Joy-Con can be connected to the device in pairs or individually. The usage is basically the same as when playing with the Switch. Users can make relevant settings on the Bluetooth page.
After digging deeply into the code of iOS 16, 9to5Mac also confirmed that this version of the system also added support for Logitech F710 Gamepad, BADA MOGA XP5-X Plus, and 8Bitdo novice grips. And Apple will be able to add support for different third-party controllers in the future as long as it updates through OTA rather than launching a completely new version of iOS.