With the, users might want some fresh and unique accessories to compliment your biggest purchase this year.
Microsoft’s Xbox One wireless controller is also compatible with the new Series X / S consoles. However, the older models lack few interesting features which automatically made the newer one much worthy.
For instance, the revised controller has a dedicated share button for saving clips and screenshots and sharing them online, a USB-C port for charging up Microsoft’s play-and-charge rechargeable battery, along with a few cosmetic and physical improvements to the d-pad and triggers.
Additionally, the new controller also has Bluetooth support so you can easily connect it to your Android phone or PC.
If your PC doesn’t have Bluetooth, you can pick up the Xbox wireless adapter made for Windows 10.
Here we come to discuss about something main, which is storage. The Xbox Series X ships with a 1TB SSD built-in, and the Series S has a 512GB SSD, each offers less storage for games than is advertised.
In the Series S’s case, you’ll only have 364GB of that original amount to use. The Series X’s 1TB drive only actually has 802GB of usable space for games.
In this case, you can buy faster storage to add onto your Series X / S console. Microsoft partnered with Seagate to make proprietary 1TB SSDs that can be inserted into the rear of either console.
Earlier, Microsoft has updated its iOS Xbox app. With the update comes a big new feature in remote play that lets you stream games from your Xbox One to your iPhone or iPad.
This Xbox remote play feature will only connect to your own Xbox console, not to xCloud. It’s similar to Sony’s own PS4 Remote Play feature that’s also available on Android and iOS.
To use remote play, you’ll need a solid internet connection and a Bluetooth controller for your iPhone/iPad.
The Xbox app by Microsoft also supports the ability to access an Xbox console over Wi-Fi, or even an LTE or 5G connection, too. The app will let you take control of your home Xbox.
The Xbox will start up without a sound or the Xbox light at the front, and when you disconnect, it goes back into standby after a brief period of inactivity.
Remote play for iOS is also of note because Apple has in the past.