I accidentally got the Status XL instead of the Nimbus at the local Apple Store. Other than built in battery and charging over a lighting cable, is there any big difference between the 2 controllers? Should I return the Stratus?
Stratus looks small compared to Nimbus. It's more like an iPhone or iPad controller in size versus the Nimbus which is like a console controller in size.
Is anyone having trouble with the a b x y buttons not making contact. Or, do I have to hit it harder. This is my first hardware controller. There is no lag for me and all the other buttons and two sticks are great.
Is the Valve Steam Contoller compatible with Apple TV 64 gig? Since I'm starting from scratch, might as well get use to the new tech, right or wrong ?
I just upgraded the firmware. It didn't say what the upgrade was for. Do the sticks do anything when you click down on them. I was going to contact support for the buttons. Thank you for that as well. I don't have any lag but I have to keep pressing them to get into a vehicle, step up, sometimes fire. They seem sturdy at the end point of travel. Again, thank you.The ABXY buttons are all fine. The only small glitch (app's fault) I encountered is the D-Pad being pressure sensitive, the Apps needs to have a reading threshold lower than 100% otherwise you have to press the D-Pad really hard just to have it registered. I noticed an issue in only two apps so far: Jetpack Joyride (only while navigating the menus, the game itself is fine), and in the open source Providence emulator (they just released an update fixing the issue).
You need a controller that is MFi certified, and the Steam controller is not. Here's a list of the supported controllers (scroll past the list of apps):
Does the Nimbus work with Mac Games?