Skip to main content

Send us a Topic or Tip

Have a suggestion for the blog? Perhaps a topic you'd like us to write about? If so, we'd love to hear from you! Fancy yourself a writer and have a tech tip, handy computer trick, or "how to" to share? Let us know what you'd like to contribute!

Thanks for reaching out!

New Adapter Brings Full Sony DualShock 4 Controller Support to Mac


On Tuesday, Sony announced the September release of a new DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adaptor which will let you connect a DualShock 4 to PC and Mac wirelessly and will enable every feature of the controller. The controller’s buttons, analog sticks, touch pad, light bar, motion sensors, vibration, and stereo headset jack will be compatible with gaming applications that support the features.

Currently, controllers can be connected to a Mac or PC via USB cable or Bluetooth, however, the latter doesn’t always support all controller functions.

Earlier this year, Sony brought the long awaited Remote Play to Macs and PCs, allowing gamers to stream games from their PlayStation 4 to their computer.

Sony also announced Tuesday that PlayStation Now, a subscription service that allows streaming of hundreds of PS3 games to a PS4, will soon be headed to Windows PC. PlayStation Now brings a library of more than 400 games.

According to Sony, the company is “evaluating Mac support for PS Now, but have nothing to announce at this time.”

Related: How to Play Your PS4 on Your Mac with Remote Play

OWC Newsfeed
the authorOWC Newsfeed
The OWC Newsfeed provides the latest OWC,, Rocket Yard, and industry news, information, and announcements for your reading pleasure and shareability!
Be Sociable, Share This Post!

Leave a Reply