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You can now play Minecraft on your iPhone or iPad with a keyboard and mouse



You can now play Minecraft on your iPhone or iPad with a keyboard and mouse

Minecraft It has just taught us that an iPad and a Mac are becoming more and more alike. Thanks to its latest update, the popular pixelated virtual world game can be played on an iPhone or iPad using a bluetooth keyboard and mouse. A novelty in games for iOS and iPadOS.

So if you want to live this new experience, you only have to update the game if you already had it installed, or download it from the App Store and start enjoying it using a bluetooth keyboard and mouse connected to your iPhone or iPad. take it now

Starting this week, the latest version of the popular game Minecraft for iOS Y iPad OS Supports Bluetooth mouse and keyboard support for in-game controls.

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In order to use a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard, you must first update the game to the version 1.19.10 for iOS and iPadOS, available on the App Store from July 12. Once updated or installed for the first time, you can remap the controls by going into Settings, then General, then Keyboard, Keyboards, and finally Softkeys.

The update also add music directly to the game in its version for iOS and iPadOS, thus eliminating the need to download music to listen to while playing separately.

Minecraft is without a doubt one of the most popular games for iPhone and iPad. Available in the App Store, it costs 6.99 euros, and has optional integrated purchases. It is ranked number one on the list of most downloaded adventure games in the Apple app store.

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Without a doubt, it is a very pleasant experience to be able to play Minecraft on an iPad with a keyboard and a mouse. A new way of playing on an iPad that makes it more and more similar to the experience we can have when playing from a computer. Hopefully soon other developers will jump on the bandwagon and we’ll soon have more keyboard and mouse controlled iPad games on the market. can you imagine a Call of Duty So?