Information from Apple’s support page shows that Apple and Microsoft are working to increase Xbox Series X controllers support for Apple devices. It is worth noting that Apple’s support page does not mention the compatibility of Sony’s PlayStation 5 DualSense controller or Amazon’s Luna controller. The wireless controller of Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X/S is now on sale, in white, blue and black. It currently has a $64 price tag.
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The new Xbox wireless controller supports wireless Bluetooth dual-mode connection and is suitable for Xbox consoles, Windows 10 PCs, Android and iOS (coming soon) mobile phones, and tablet devices. Also, they are easy to pair and switch between devices.
In terms of design, the new Xbox wireless controller has an optimized shape to enhance your holding experience. The upgraded non-slip grip and surface material help to keep it comfortable and easier to control during the game. The trigger vibration motor gives your finger touch precise feedback. This gives a realistic experience with weapons and impact. The new hybrid arrow keys can accurately input control commands. The new Xbox wireless controller supports the use of custom button mapping. Furthermore, the built-in 3.5 mm audio headphone jack allows you to use compatible headphones. You can also easily capture and share screenshots, videos, and more through the new share button.
Xbox Series X internal SSD has 802GB free space
The Microsoft Xbox Series X/S is currently on sale for $499 and $299 respectively. The difference between the CPUs of the two consoles is not significant. Both devices use 8-core configurations while the difference in frequency is 0.2GHz. However, the GPU is the major difference between both consoles. The Xbox Series X comes with 52CU, the frequency reaches 1.825GHz, and the performance reaches 12.15TFLOPS. The latter has only 20CU, the frequency hit 1.565GHz, while the performance reaches 4TFLOPS.
In other respects, Xbox Series X is equipped with 16GB of video memory, while Xbox Series S uses 10GB. The former focuses on 4K games and the latter focuses on 2K games. In addition, the Series X has a 1TB SSD while the Series S is 512GB. However, the speed is the same at 2.4GB/s.
According to recent reports, although the XSX has a built-in 1TB storage space, the available space for players is 802GB. This data is consistent with the Xbox One X launched in 2017, which has a similar configuration to its 1TB internal hard drive.