Sony has just released a new PS4 firmware update (6.50) and this one adds Remote Play for iOS users, which means you’ll be able to stream and play games directly from an iPhone or iPad. Remote Play functionality first appeared on the PlayStation Vita in 2013 and then was later released on Mac and Window platforms three years later. Simply put, all you’ll need is a compatible iOS device and the Remote Play app. Once downloaded, just pair the device with your PS4, sign into your PSN account, and you’re ready to play. .Read more for a video showing how to set this up on your own iOS device.
There’s just one caveat that we know of so far in the 460MB 6.50 update: you won’t be able to use your DualShock 4 controllers, so you’ll an MFi compatible if you want the best gaming experience. Niconico Live users can also output the broadcast in 720p, and possibly the ability to swap the circle and X button in certain countries.