Mojang has released a minor update for Minecraft (Bedrock) on different platforms. Release 1.19.10 brings several in-game enhancements and fixes, plus it introduces a new way to play the popular game on iOS and iPadOS. Besides touch input and controllers, Minecraft on Apple's mobile platforms now supports Bluetooth mice and keyboards.
Here are other notable changes in Minecraft 1.19.10:
- When an Allay hears a Jukebox playing, it will do a dance animation
- If the Jukebox stops playing, or if the Allay gets too far away from the Jukebox, it will stop dancing
- If the Allay is given an Amethyst Shard while dancing, it will play a small amethyst sound, make a heart, and duplicate into another Allay
- After duplication, both Allays will have a 5-minute cooldown before being able to duplicate again
- Expanded the '/locate' command into locate structure and locate biome
- The Trader Llama now has its own spawn egg
- Added the player's cause of death to the death screen
- Music is now included in the game files on iOS, so players no longer need to be download the music pack from the Marketplace
- Added Bluetooth mouse and keyboard support on iOS
You can find the rest of the changelog, including minor fixes and improvements to various parts of the game, in a blog post on the official website. Apple users can download Minecraft from the App Store using this link.