Streaming Xbox One games on iPhone is now possible
Streaming Xbox One games on iPhone is now possible

Microsoft is about to release a major app update for the iOS (Xbox) version, including the ability to stream Xbox One games to iPhone.

It is expected that a new application (Xbox) will be available soon (App Store) which will include the remote play feature previously known as (Console Streaming) which will allow users to watch games (Xbox One) iPhone stream.

Remote play differs from Microsoft's service (xCloud), which streams games directly from the server instead of from the Xbox One platform.

This Xbox Remote Play feature only connects to Xbox, not the xCloud cloud.

This feature is similar to Sony (PS4 Remote Play), which is also available for Android and iOS, because users can play (PS4 Remote Play) games over the wireless network on Apple devices.

Additionally, you can access the platform (Xbox) via a wireless network or even (LTE) or (5G) connectivity.

Since this app controls your home (Xbox), you can start remote control outside of the home.

(Xbox) is in the front without sound or light (Xbox), and after disconnecting, the platform returns to standby after a short period of inactivity.

A new app (Xbox) for Android was launched recently. This updated version (iOS) has a fresh design and the same new features.

You can quickly download or share game clips and screenshots on (Xbox One), (Xbox Series X) or (Xbox Series S) platforms. You can also manage the stage area and delete games.

This new app (Xbox) is also much faster than the previous version (iOS) and has been fully optimized to accommodate similar design changes made through Xbox.

This is in preparation for the launch of the platform (Xbox Series X) and (Xbox Series S) in November. Microsoft has also refreshed the dashboard (Xbox) with some design changes.

Microsoft's updated Xbox application did not change the status of (xCloud) as Apple recently changed its rules to allow services such as (Stadia) and (xCloud), but the company requested the use of broadcast technology, to broadcast hundreds of matches. The game broadcasts hundreds of games individually in a separate app.

Microsoft is currently testing this app (Xbox) with TestFlight members. This means that it should be published on the App Store as soon as possible for anyone to download it.

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