Having trouble connecting your Android Wear smartwatch to your iPhone 7? A simple iOS update may solve your problem.
Google announced the fix on its Android Wear Forum: "We have been working with Apple and we can confirm that this issue is fixed in iOS 10.1."
Previously, Apple's new mobile OS had pairing issues with some third-party Bluetooth accessories, including smartwatches like the Asus ZenWatch 2, Moto 360 2nd Gen, Moto 360 Sport, TAG Heuer Connected and Fossil Q Founder.
The Android Wear team caught wind of the issue last month, and it looks like its persistence to fix the problem paid off.
The fix is in
While Google-powered Android Wear devices are designed more with Android handsets in mind, certain models can still connect to an iPhone.
When connected on a non-Android phone, basic functionalities like notifications and music controls still work, but there are certain limitations, such as lack of support for apps not approved by Apple.