Android wearables can certainly be called a dime in dozens. Some of them even outdo the Apple watches though that is confined to regional differences. The iPhone 7 pairing issue is pulling some edge off.
According to a recent report by The Verge, some popular android smartwatches including Moto 360 and Fossil Q are not as compatible with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as they should be. This is causing some issues for its users. However, they were easily able to use those devices with iPhone 5 and 5S. This was back in August when Google added support for iOS.
With the release of iOS 10 update, the company has tried its best to resolve the issue. It has been working on improving iPhone’s compatibility with Android wearables. However, some problems with different watch brands’ products have been surfacing. Google says it is well aware of the series pairing issue and s working towards looking for a fix.
The new The Android Wear iSO app available on iTunes store supports Google’s Voice search. It also enables iPhone lock screen notifications, they mirror on watch faces. The watch has translation feature that comes in handy. Moreover, it lets owners of the devices make use of services like Google Now and Google Fit. the app gives its users the choice of a handful of ‘curated’ watch faces as well.
Complaints are continuously showing up on social media sites and discussion forums. In an android wear discussion thread, many of those complaints are rounded up together. The Moto 360 (2015), Moto 360 Sport, Tag Heuer Connected, Asus Zenwatch 2, and Fossil Q Founder, all of whose owners are facing major problems in pairing their watch with iPhone 7 they recently bought. Setup process freezes mid-way causing hindrances in the pairing. There has been some response from the watch companies and Apple as well, but vague.
Look through what people have been complaining and if they tried something that worked for the. You can do that here.