Android Wear on iPhone: How it might happen and what it'll mean

The slow trickle of rumors surrounding iOS support for Android Wear came to a head today, with a report from The Verge stating that Google is a “close to finishing the final technical details” involved with getting its wearables to work with Apple’s phones.

On the face of it, it seems surprising — an unholy union of Apple and Android. The mere possibility of Android Wear support coming to the iPhone with the Apple Watch imminent raises several questions, not least how Apple might react to an Android-branded thing encroaching on its ecosystem. Will Cupertino block the companion app because it’s Android Wear? Will the company throw up roadblocks simply because it’s a competitor?

We’ll examine these questions and more after the break. Read on.

Source: iMore

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