Yes it does!
- Answered by Bobbi H
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I’m thinking of getting this but I don’t know if my iPhone X will fit in it
I have a streaming application called REMOTR which streams games from my gaming PC to my IOS device (iphone 6s) it supports the use of bluetooth controllers etc which i assume would work as a bluetooth Xinput device of somekind
Has anyone tested this? It would be as simple as installing remotr on both your PC and your IOS device, launching a game such as GTA V or any game and testing it.
OR alternatively if anyone knows how this is handled, im quite sure if it is handled as Xinput it would work. I just don't want to spend that kind of money and it not work!
Unfortunately not. Gamevice works with all iPhone 6 and up.
So does this controller have a battery inside of it or is the charging port just there to charge the phone while you play games and not the controller?
Gamevice draws it's power from the iPhone - there is no battery inside Gamevice. The Lightning receptacle is for charging your iPhone whilst playing games.
Yes it does!
Sorry Jack, Gamevice for iPhone is only compatible with iPhone 6 and above (including iPhone X).
Since the Gamevice surrounds the ends of the iPad, does it affect the camera, microphone(s) or sensors?
No, but there is one available for it. This is for iPads, namely the air models and the 9.7 inch pro.