Recently, Backbone recently launched the PlayStation version of Backbone One (a gamepad for iPhone) in collaboration with the PlayStation design team. Players can put their iPhones into this joystick and use it just like the official DualSense joystick.
The PS version of Backbone One will be sold together with the standard version, also for $100, and will be available in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, with more countries and regions to follow. However, the PS version of Backbone One will be recognized as a PlayStation joystick in the system and will be able to use PlayStation actions (Triangle, Circle, etc.) in compatible games.
According to tests conducted by foreign technology media The Verge, the PS version of Backbone One is compatible with Apple Arcade, Xbox Game Pass and Stadia games, but there may be a mismatch between the actual operation effect and the handle.