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Good News For Those Using GBA4iOS On iOS 10 Beta


Using GBA4iOS On iOS 10 beta

It looks like good news for those of you using emulators on iOS devices. Reports confirm that GBA4iOS works on the latest iOS 10 beta. iOS 10 was announced at WWDC 2016. It has been available in public beta for a couple of months now. Seed six became available just a few days ago. Even though we are still a few months away from the public release this Fall this is promising news for those using emulators on iOS. The good news is that iEmulators have been testing iOS 10 to see how it works or affects emulators and apps.

iEmulators states, “From a very limited testing in the first seed of iOS 10, most emulators (GBA4iOS, iNDS, Provenance among the tested) and applications (AirShou) are still installing normally with no errors using our distribution method. This is big news as that means we will continue to bring in more continued updates for most applications.”

They went on to say, “We will begin doing some in-depth inside testing to see if anything within the emulators break. We will be waiting for more beta seeds to come before we post any concrete info into how iOS 10 will affect our services, but the good news is everything seems to be going okay so far!” reports that you can Install GBA4iOS For iOS 10. This includes, 10.1/10.2/10.3/10.4 Without Jailbreak and that some of the awesome features are:

  • It supports multiplayer games
  • Equipped with game boy color and support
  • Endowed with controller skins
  • Provision of cheat codes and facility to save them
  • Support for drop box
  • Wonderful URL scheme

Check out this article.

Video How To

Check out this video from DinoZambas2. “How To Install GBA4iOS Gameboy Advance iOS 9.3.3 / 9.3.4 / 10 FREE NO Jailbreak iPhone iPad iPod Touch”  He will show you how to install the GBA4iOS emulator, Gameboy ROMs and more.

No muss, no fuss, no jailbreak necessary. Hopefully, these will continue to work in the final version of iOS 10. 

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