So after, well, years of complaining about the slow and eventual death of my iMac, I now begin the sorry saga of my PS3. I have a Super Slim PS3 that is about … 6 years old (they came out in 2012 or so, so it can’t be much older). After not using it for several months it now appears that the Bluetooth is no longer working. I can tell this as both the controllers and the remote refuse to communicate wirelessly to the PS3. However the Remote works fine for the TV (so it’s IR is working) and the Controllers happily BT to my iMac (so they are fine).
There were some replacement modules for earlier PS3s but it doesn’t appear to be available for this model (CECH-4002C), so it appears that gaming is limited to USB connection only.
And then so what do I do. I hardly use it, the girls mostly play iPad, PC or even the old Wii gets more use. I only have about 5 games for it, and the two I play XCom are available even for the Mac. I can record TV (like I ever watch TV) on the TV itself anyway. Seems little use for it, really. If I put it away in the cupboard, I don’t think any of would even notice.
I think I might just retire it. Look into a new Apple TV. The kids have started a campaign for a Nintendo Switch, which I am seriously considering. I’ll keep the controllers out as apparently I can use them as BT game controllers on iMac or other systems.