N64, Babitang, Logitech F710, and other gamepads are now supported by Apple's iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV

Apple today released the official version updates of iOS 16.1, iPadOS 16, and macOS 13 for iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices, bringing a number of new features. According to information discovered by 9to5Mac, these new versions of the system also bring a hidden improvement that supports multiple gamepads.

Apple iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV have previously supported Microsoft Xbox controllers, Sony PlayStation controllers, Nintendo Joy-Cons, and Switch Pro controllers.

In the latest system, Apple iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV support a variety of retro controllers from Nintendo Online, including Nintendo 64, NES, and Sega Genesis controllers. Developer Steve Troughton-Smith has verified it, as you can see from the picture. to be able to control the Apple TV normally.

9to5Mac also delved into the iOS 16 code and found that the update brings support for multiple controllers, including game controllers such as Babitang, BADA MOGA XP5-X Plus, and Logitech F710.

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