Apple’s iPad Pro 2021 features support for the PS5 DualSense and Xbox Series X/S controllers, and what’s more, it is also compatible with haptic feedback.
iPad Product boss Raja Bose confirmed at Apple’s Spring Loaded event that the new iPad Pro supports the company’s M1 processor, giving it a large visual boost in comparison to previous iterations of the device.
You can also play the latest games with console-quality graphics at super-high framerates. This raw performance, along with the ProMotion display, four speakers, and now, support for the latest PlayStation or Xbox game controllers with haptics, makes playing games on iPad Pro insanely fun.
Bose didn’t reveal any further details, but the screen featured an image of a DualSense controller while he was discussing the use of game controllers and haptic feedback.
The DualSense controller’s unique features are also being implemented into Sony’s upcoming PSVR 2 controller, offering a new layer of immersion for players using the next-generation virtual reality gaming headset.
[Source – IGN]