Wouldn’t it be nice if you could play classic games just like old times, with two controllers on a TV? GameDock for iOS allows the user to experience the original feeling of playing with a console through an Apple device. The procedures are quite simple; all the user needs to do is plug the dock into the TV and the iPhone just like a video game console and game cartridge.
What captured our attention was the fact that the gamedock is compatible with various iCade games and dock ready games for spending quality time with your friends. So you get two-player support and full 1080 HDTV output for the games of your childhood.
You get to select the games that you wish to play from your iOS device just lying on the couch. In case you don’t have a TV, rest assured that you could play the games on the iPhone with the two controllers. It’s compatible with all devices running iOS4 or later but for the automatic HDMI mirroring you’ll need an iPad2, iPod4 or iPhone 4/4S. If you like the gadget you could make a pledge at KickStarter for helping the developer accomplish his project.
It’s predicted that the new operating system iOS 6 will be coming with advanced Multitasking, 3rd party Siri API, Facebook Integration, Clearing Notifications and many more. Apple would definitely chuckle over success if it would be be embracing Stream hub into the Game Centerfor satisfying game fans and also iOS integrated Game Console.
While we’re waiting eagerly for the WWDC of 2012, check out the most expected and rumored features of iOS 6.
As you probably all know, iOS 6 is expected to be launched at the World Wide Developers’ Conference in early June. What if the new operating system would come with so many advanced features that it would rule the gaming market?
We could agree that gaming on the new iPad has improved a lot. Take into consideration Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy, the game that comes with outstanding graphics thanks to the iPad’s A5X chip, quad core graphics and of course Retina Display. Gaming on iOS could become the mobile version of Xbox live.
A feature that anybody would like to see in Game Center in iOS 6 is the possibility of chatting with friends while playing, just like on Xbox live. Also easier connectivity with players would come in handy because you may encounter difficulty while playing multiplayer games on iOS gadgets.
Rumors argue that Tim Cook paid a visit to Valve that has its personal hub Steam and quite an impressive number of games; perfect place for chatting and playing games in a row. The new CEO doesn’t just pay visits for pleasure, a deal may be established in the next future but because Apple is so secrecy, we’ll never know until the new iOS. So, Apple may be embracing Stream into the Game Center for satisfying game fans and also iOS integrated Game Console.