Apple isn’t going to be too happy about all of the hacks that are going on, and here we are with yet another hack which will add another straw to the proverbial camel’s back, although it won’t break it just yet. This hack will let you play your PS3 titles over on your iOS device, although the process is not as easy as it sounds and will involve a fair number of technical wizardry and knowledge. After all, you will need to have your own capture device, input converter, USB mouse and keyboard, a PC, and the most essential ingredient of them all – the PS3. These devices will work in tandem with a custom build of everyAir, letting you make your input while checking out exactly what the PS3 is displaying. Great for a novelty moment, but not practical when it comes to serious gaming.
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