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Thursday, 29 September 2016

Some Android Wear watches do not work with iPhone 7

Android Wear is the system that many models of smart watches market today work offers interesting features like the ability to connect to iOS devices , but its ecosystem is being seriously threatened by Tizen , built from the Linux platform Samsung .

The rival Android Wear is stealing some of the manufacturers who trusted him, but more difficult to reach this mobile operating system Android. And it seems that there are errors compatibility with Android Wear watches and the new iPhone in July, as some users have reported.

Although they work well with previous generations of iPhone, these models with Android Wear watches are presenting compatibility issues with iPhone 7 as announced by Google:

· ASUS ZenWatch (version 1 and 2)

· Moto 360 (version 1 and 2)

· LG G Watch

· Tag Heuer

· Fossil

· MK

Among the errors that have been reported by users, it highlights the case of a TAG Heuer Connected, which mentioned that worked smoothly with iPhone 6 and even to upgrade to iOS in October , but the failures began to switch to iPhone in July and now it is not able to move from screen pairing.

Another case is that of a similar problem but with a Moto 360 smartwatch second generation, which the iPhone in July has failed to recognize. The user states that not even receive the message to accept the pairing between clock and telephone.

The causes some problems with Android Wear watches to match them with the iPhone 7. It is believed that the fault may lie in hardware incompatibilities, since it only happens with new terminals Apple is still unknown.

What does seem to be ruled out is that the problem is caused by software because the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s with iOS 10 work well with Android Wear.

In any case, Google has already contacted Apple to report on these compatibility issues and are working to find a solution as soon as possible, as stated 9to5Mac .

Have you had a similar problem with Android Wear and iPhone 7?

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