When you buy these games though it's not like you're just buying an "iPhone version".
That game probably will run on say ... an Apple TV. An iPad. Even an Apple Vision Pro VR headset.
So why buy a Playstation version that's just ... stuck on the Playstation, when the Apple version lets play the game at home at high fidelity (M-series chips are no joke, wait till the better ones get into more iPads and Apple TV devices) and then also have the same game in your pocket to play right where you left off for a 20-30 minutes on your bus ride to work.
Now that's interesting I think. An M2 Max is a PS5 tier chip already, if people want to split hairs on that, then M3 Max will certainly be and then some.
And yes, Apple has convinced people that they need to get the new iPhone every year ... which is dangerous. It means people are continually getting a more and more powerful device in their phone every year and doing so gladly. The performance of their game ecosystem in that case will jump every year. Every year more and more games will become playable on the thing because the SoC is getting better and better.
so i'm gonna go spend 2000$ for a gaming device that can't even compete with ps5 which is like 450$ right now lol. then i also have to buy controller another 60$ and gonna be pain in the ass to actually play on my 50 inch screen the idea of this killing consoles is just stupid to me lol.