There’s constantly going to be a bit of discontent when you love the smartphone offerings of one company and one platform, however prefer the tablet or smartwatch productions being developed by a competitor. Such is the nature of this industry, that hardware developed on competing platforms will likely have some compatibility problems that can trigger problems. If you have your heart set on Samsung’s brand-new Equipment S2 smartwatch, however choose to let Apple handle your smartphone needs with its iPhone, then there is some great news for you on the compatibility front.

According to a brand-new report, which points out an official Samsung spokesperson whose identity has certainly not been divulged, the business is actively dealing with bringing complete support for the Equipment S2 watch to Apple’s iOS platform.


The internal choice to cater for those with an iPhone or iPad will certainly see Samsung following the example set by the Android Put on team which had just recently launched an iOS app for all Android Put on devices, bridging the gap in between the two platforms.

We are taking a look at possibilities to open it up to iOS. Because we opened it as much as Android, we are taking a look at this.

The choice is not just excellent news for smartphone owners on all platforms, but really comes as a shock. Samsung’s previous smartwatch productions have just been suitable with the South Korean business’s own variety of smartphones and tablets. With that said, the Tizen-powered Equipment S2 represents a new breed of powerful watch hardware, and given that it has actually been revealed that it will provide complete compatibility with all Android smartphones, it is only best and correct that Samsung attempts to make some inroads into the iOS crowd too.


Android smartphone owners will certainly be immediately able to link their device to the Equipment S2 when it launches next month. As long as the device in concern has at least 1.5 GB of RAM and is running Android 4.4 KitKat or above, it should be golden. However, iOS owners might need to wait a little bit longer to be able to get that Tizen device linked to their iPhone. If this does occur, it would be the first time that a Samsung smartwatch has actually offered compatibility with Apple’s iOS platform, a minimum of formally anyway, however Sammy has up until now been unwilling to put any kind of time scale on when this will certainly be the case.

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