PS4 firmware 6.50 is here, brings Remote Play to iOS

Lindsey Duncan
March 8, 2019

However, iOS lacks support for the Dualshock controller. Once people download the update, which is available immediately, they can then download the app from the iTunes Store for their iPhone or iPad.

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Strap in for a wild ride, folks: there's a new firmware update for your PlayStation 4, and it's a big one. Also, DUALSHOCK 4 controllers aren't supported, and the app it can't be used with mobile data. That was way back in 2014, and all this time, we've been wondering if this functionality would ever come to iOS.

Another big limitation is that you can not pair the PS4 Dualshock controller to iPhone/iPad. Go to [Settings] [Remote Play Connection Settings] [Add Device], and then enter the code provided on the Remote Play App.

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What do you need for PS4 Remote Play on iOS? This can be done by downloading the PS4 Remote Play app on your iOS phone or tablet, and it works in a similar way to how it does on the Vita.

Sign in to PlayStation account - to access your games you will need to sign into your PlayStation Network account inside the app.

Compatible iOS devices include the iPhone 7 or later, the sixth-generation iPad, and the second-generation iPad Pro or later. With the update installed, PlayStation 4 owners can connect their console to their Apple iPhone and iPad.

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