But Android developer MohammadAG has come up with a temporary solution - he's managed to get his iPhone notifications sent direct to Android Wear.
Apple's Notification Center Service is built directly into iOS meaning there's no need to download a special app and notifications can be pushed right away, much like they are on Pebble smartwatches.
Forget Apple Watch
All the other Android Wear features aren't accessible through this hack as it only works for push notifications.
The feature can't be enabled without the .apk file MohammadAG created – he said that he's working on releasing it to the public.
If it was available you'd also need to have an Android phone to set up the smartwatch and download apps, but the good news is there isn't a need to jailbreak the phone.
- Here are all the latest details on the Apple Watch.
Via Android Beat
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