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Latest Samsung Gear wearables receive iOS support

07 January 2017 4

It is happy news for those iPhone users who got any of the latest Gear wearable with them. The day they have been waiting for has finally come as Samsung brings out iOS support for their latest Gear family devices including Gear S3, Gear S2, and Gear Fit 2.

Both Samsung Gear S app, as well as Samsung Gear Fit app, is now available to download from Apple App Store. The apps are supported only on devices running iOS 9.0 or higher. Various features of Samsung Gear wearables can be accessed by using your Apple devices. The functions and features of the devices may vary for different iOS devices due to some compatibility issues.

Once the app is downloaded, complete the pairing process to connect with your Gear device as per the instructions provided. Gear S2, Gear S3 as well as Gear Fit 2 can be used to track fitness as it can measure and store details such as route travelled, running speed, calories burned, heart rate etc. Paired device can be used to effectively check the reports.


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  • It's great news, no doubt. But there's a catch here. It says, it'd require iOS 9 or above. It's so sad to mention that, I'm still not there. So, first I'll have to upgrade my iOS version, right?

      • Obviously. Without that how can you use the latest support to your device? But I really find it strange that you haven't yet upgraded to even iOS 9, whereas we are well into iOS 10 now.

        • Almost all the Gear devices seem to have got the iOS support now. How interesting it is to note that on one hand, we see Apple and Samsung fighting it off in the court of law and on the other, support is extended to each other's devices and services.

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