Sony PlayStation DUALSHOCK4 Wireless Controller
Raise your game with the iconic DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller from Sony PlayStation®. It lets you play your favorite controller-supported games on your compatible iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Apple TV*. Designed for complete comfort and precision, the wireless controller works with hundreds of games that feature controller support on Apple devices, including those on Apple Arcade.
PS4 Remote Play**
Stream games from your PS4™ to your iPad, iPhone, or Mac and play using the PS4 Remote Play app (available for free on the App Store) and your DUALSHOCK wireless controller.
Turning on the controller
Press the PS button. The light bar then turns a solid color to indicate the controller is on. To turn it off, press and hold the PS button until the light bar turns off.
Pairing your device
Thanks to official support included in iOS 13, iPadOS, macOS Catalina, and tvOS 13, you can quickly pair the DUALSHOCK4 wireless controller*** with your Apple device the first time you use it. Make sure the light bar on the controller is off. If the light bar is on, press the PS button until it turns off. If a USB cable is connected to the controller, disconnect it. While pressing and holding the SHARE button, press and hold the PS button until the light bar flashes. Enable Bluetooth on your Apple device, and then select the controller from the list of Bluetooth devices. When pairing is complete, the light bar turns a solid color. You can pair the controller with just one device at a time. Each time you change devices, you must pair the controller with the new one.
Charging the controller
The DUALSHOCK4 wireless controller charges via a standard USB Micro B input (cable not included). It requires a USB Battery Charging 1.2-compatible wall charger to charge, or standard USB 2.0 or 3.0 compatible port found on a PlayStation 4 system, Mac, or PC computer. Apple USB wall power adapters that are compatible with USB Battery Charging 1.2 include the 18W USB-C Power Adapter (all regions), 5W USB Power Adapter (China and EU versions only), 10W USB Power Adapter (China and EU versions only).
Play controller-supported games from Apple Arcade on your iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Apple TV
Precision control with enhanced trigger buttons
Refined analog sticks for unparalleled accuracy
Stream games from your PS4 to your iPad, iPhone, or Mac and play using the PS4 Remote Play app**
What’s in the Box
Sony PlayStation DUALSHOCK4 Wireless Controller
Connections: Bluetooth, USB
Batteries: Rechargeable lithium-ion
Operating System: iOS 13 or later, macOS Catalina, iPadOS, or tvOS 13 or later.
Mfr. Part Number: 3001538
UPC or EAN No.: 711719504290
Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Warranty: One-year limited
*Depending on the Apple device, certain features on the controller might not be available. The following DUALSHOCK4 features are not supported when used with Apple devices: touch pad, vibration function, motion sensor, headphone jack for audio pass through. The color of the light bar cannot be changed when the controller is used with Apple devices. **Remote Play requires Remote Play App connected to Wi-Fi, compatible game, PS4 system with software version 6.5 or higher, iPhone 7, iPad 6, or second-generation iPad with iOS 12.1 or later installed, and high-speed internet connection. A PS4 system with a wired connection via a LAN cable is recommended. DUALSHOCK4 wireless controller design and specifications are subject to change without notice. ***For details on the controller’s part names, refer to the user’s guide for PS4 system. "PlayStation" and "DUALSHOCK" are registered trademarks or trademarks of Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc.
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Answers from the community
does this controller also work with a playstation 4?
- Asked by Erika A from Madison
- on Jun 9, 2020
Can you use two controllers at the same time?
No answers yet
- Asked by Kellie H from Tampa
- on Jun 3, 2020
Will this controller work with Steam Games?
- Asked by William C R from Vancouver
- on Mar 30, 2020
yes its working, and alos working with steam link to tv and connect your ps controller ov tv and you yes its working, and alos working with steam link to tv and connect your ps controller ov tv and you can use like that too :)
- Answered by Devrimer D from Sofia
- on Apr 1, 2020
Will this controller work with pubg mobile
- Asked by Akeisha W from Millers creek
- on Nov 14, 2019
It doesn’t look like PUBG has added support for controllers on iOS, I just tested.
- Answered by Edward L from Lexington
- on Jan 23, 2020