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Yes it does!
- Answered by Bobbi H
- Apr 25, 2017
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I saw on the gamevice website that the gv157 model is compatible, is this the same model?
Yes. I use it mainly with OneCast.
Yes it does!
Sadly no, the gamevice controller is not compatible with PUBG and Fortnite. But I do believe both Game companies have thought of this device to be compatible with the game controller, just have to wait until they announce new updates for the device to be compatible
The LED lights are for a future MFi function. The first LED lights up to show Gamevice has been recognized and you can begin to play!
Sorry Jack, Gamevice for iPhone is only compatible with iPhone 6 and above (including iPhone X).
I have minecraft in my ipad mini. I really want to know if it works on Minecraft!
At the moment this game does not work with Gamevice. It is up to the developer to add controller support into their titles, have you tried reaching out to them?
I am looking forward to buying it as well as buying R.B.I Baseball 19 when it comes out. Just wondering if it will work.
I use it with my SE to control a TELLO drone. It doesn't fit perfectly but well enough that it still works for my application and doesn't feel like the phone will fall out.
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!
Since the Gamevice surrounds the ends of the iPad, does it affect the camera, microphone(s) or sensors?