The ability to play PlayStation 4 titles running everything remotely on Macs / PCs came in 2016, with the release of PS4 Remote Play. From then on, users of iPhones and iPads were waiting for the same iOS solution to arrive, so you can enjoy console games on my smartphone or tablet. For the wait is over.
O PS4 Remote Play for iOS has been released on the App Store. With it, you can access your PS4 via Wi-Fi, wherever you are, displaying your console screen on your mobile device and controlling everything from your own. iGadget. You can even chat by voice using the microphone and enter text on the PS4 using the keyboard on your device.
To attend the party, you necessarily need an iPhone 7 or higher, a sixth generation or higher iPad (or an iPad Pro) running minimally iOS 12.1, a PS4 running version 6.50 or higher, a PlayStation Network account and good Wi-Fi connection (no use trying to play for 3G / 4G).
Note also that not all games are necessarily compatible with PS4 Remote Play and that it does not support DualShock 4 on the other hand, according to MacStories, some gamepads MFi (like SteelSeries Nimbus) work fine.
It should definitely not be the best experience in the world to play PS4 games on your iPhone / iPad; On the other hand, for that moment when this is the only option (after all, the dispute over home TV can cause serious problems), the news is very welcome.
via Cult of Mac