Apple Starts Selling Xbox Wireless Controller On Its Website
Anil - Oct 11, 2019
Apple seems to go easier on the Xbox Wireless Controller when selling Microsoft's gamepad on its website.
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As of now, customers are able to purchase Xbox Wireless Controller through Apple’s online channels as the popular Microsoft’s gaming handset has already made its own way into Apple’s website. In advance, the company previously adds support for the device when releasing several software updates for its product line, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV as well. Not like Xbox, Sony’s PlayStation DualShock 4 isn’t yet available on Apple’s website.
The controller was first spotted on Wednesday with a price tag of $59.95 (approximately Rs 4,300). As mentioned, those who are fans of Sony’s PlayStation may have to wait longer as the handset doesn’t get its own availability on Apple.com at the same time. Needless to say, this is the first time Apple starts directly selling these gamepads on its exclusive online channel.
In particular, those update versions respectively are iOS 13, iPad 13, macOS 10.15 Catalina, and tvOS 13. While macOS 10.15 Catalina just hit the market a couple of days ago, Apple had released three others in September. All of them are now facilitate players' devices to connect wireless game controllers from both Microsoft and Sony.
To help users in pairing any said gamepads with their Apple devices, Apple gives them a detailed step-by-step instruction on a support page. For those who haven't known how to get things done, let's pay a visit to here and enjoy!