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10/24/16
Expert - Google Employee
Ernest - Community Manager

Android Wear watches pairing issue with iPhone 7

UPDATE:
We have been working with Apple and we can confirm that this issue is fixed in iOS 10.1.
Just go to your iPhone Settings > General > Software Update and download iOS 10.1

Hi,

If you don't have an Asus ZenWatch 2, Moto 360 2nd Gen, Moto 360 Sport, TAG Heuer Connected and Fossil Q Founder watch paired with an iPhone 7, you can stop reading now.

It has come to our attention that there is a serious pairing issue that affects Asus ZenWatch 2, Moto 360 2nd Gen, Moto 360 Sport, TAG Heuer Connected and Fossil Q Founder Android Wear watches which are unable to pair with the new iPhone 7.


We would need more information from you, so please "Send us feedback" through the Android Wear app: Gear icon> Feedback > Send Feedback


Google has reported the issue to Apple, and the Android Wear team is actively working to fix this as soon as possible.


Best,
Ernest on behalf of Android Wear team
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Google user
9/21/16
Google user
When might we get a update??? This has been nealry a week now since the iPhone 7 was released
Google user
9/21/16
Google user
Ernest the situation is that Spent 2 weeks to fixed and we dont receive any notice from Goggle. Only answer is as soon as possible
Google user
9/21/16
Google user
Agree, the only answer is as soon as posible
Brendan Rafferty
9/21/16
Brendan Rafferty
Following cause right now I have an expensive paper weight.
Google user
9/21/16
Google user
This is a joke and no one at Android and tag really seem care. But why should they when we have paid so much money for a watch.
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janaka corea
2/15/17
janaka corea
i read they were releasing it on the 15th to the manufactures, so it might take a few days after that to be pushed OTA.
 
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