Call Of Duty Mobile Could Be Played On Apple IPhones Through Dual Shock 4, Very Soon 


Via the Apple iOS 13 Dual Shock 4 compatibility. This would roll out beginning Fall 2019.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

Call of Duty: Mobile, aka Call of Duty Mobile, within Apple iPhones can now be played more intuitively through iOS 13 and via the Dual Shock 4 Controller Support that was made official during Apple’s WWDC 19 conference. This means that you could use your favourite controllers to potentially enjoy the game in a format that is closer to reality.  

Now, Call of Duty Mobile in its beta format is rolling out to both Apple iOS and Google Android users in countries like India and Australia. The game could still take a while to seed to global iPhones and iPads, but the support for Dual Shock for iPhones and iPads running Apple’s newest iOS 13 is something to cheer about.  

In this regard, it is worth noting that the official rollout, of Dual Shock 4 compatibility for Apple iPhones, iPads, and Apple TV would start, from this Fall (Fall 2019). Do update your modern iPhones and iPads to the latest iOS 13 as soon as it starts seeding.  

In the WDC, Apple showcased the iOS 13 whose USP is its Dark mode feature that is introduced to iPhones across the world. As far as Call of Duty Mobile is concerned, the current closed beta is all set to seed to more players across the world – selected of course. You could sign-up for testing the closed beta (in case you are deemed eligible) by pre-registering on the Apple App Store.  

Finally, with Apple iOS 13 – introducing support for Dual Shock 4 game controllers also being the key focus, it is worth noting that the new iOS variant could be released for the public starting from September 2019 though this is officially yet to be confirmed. iOS testers could get to check out iOS 13 beta soon.  

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