Yuzu emulator for iOS
Yuzu is an experimental open-source emulator for the Nintendo Switch for iOS devices.
It is written in C# with portability in mind, with builds actively maintained for iPhone and iPad.
This emulator aims at providing excellent accuracy and performance, a user-friendly interface, and consistent builds.
Most of the development happens on GitHub, it’s also where their central repository is hosted.
In the last update there are the following features:
- Improved RAM management system
- Added NCE: Multiple Processes support
- Fixed threading support
- Event loop driven so arbitrary tasks can be performed within cycles
- Support for KThread status and handling timeouts
- All functions now support a PID parameter
- Addition of comments to the codebase for every function and class in header files
- Added new Icon on advanced layout menu
- Improved CPU multi-core performance
The table lists the minimum system requirements for running this application on smartphone and tablet devices.
|OS||iOS 9 (or newer)|
|Device||iPhone 8+ (or equivalent iPad)|
The app performance may vary depending on device hardware configuration.
For the best experience, users should be running within the recommended requirements.
For the next update they plan to have support for basic framebuffer display working, it should take a fraction of the 2 months this version took.
You can install this app on iOS devices (iPhone or iPad) with AltStore (no jailbreak is required).
AltStore app requires a Windows or Mac computer for the initial installation of the AltServer software.
- Download AltServer on your computer
- Install AltStore to your iPhone (or iPad)
- Launch AltStore to begin downloading apps
- Leave AltServer running, and AltStore will do the rest
- macOS 10.14.4 (or newer)
- Windows 10+ (or newer)
The latest version of AltServer is available on the button link below: