Project xCloud beta also extends to iOS devices. Available for testing since last October only on smartphones or tablets with at least Android 6.0, the service for streaming Microsoft games also arrives on Apple devices through the program (app) TestFlight.
The beta of Project xCloud on iOS, which has already reached the current maximum capacity of 10,000 meters and does not include the Xbox Game Streaming preview (as is the case for Android users), is only active in United States, United Kingdom is Canada and allows you to play streaming Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
The requirements to access the service require possession of a iPhone or iPad with at least iOS 13.0, Bluetooth version 4.0, an Xbox One wireless controller with Bluetooth, a Microsoft account and a sufficiently strong wireless network connection (Wi-Fi or mobile data connection of at least 10 Mbps or 5 Ghz connection).
We've heard your requests, Apple users. Starting today, we're beginning a limited Project xCloud iOS TestFlight preview 📱☁️🎮 Details in this blog post https://t.co/zdSONJRjxs pic.twitter.com/FmOWA5FHPm
– Larry Hryb (@majornelson) February 12, 2020