According to Samsung’s new wearable specifications page, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series clearly does not support iOS devices. So far, the Samsung Galaxy Watch models support both Android and iOS, but Samsung’s partnership with Google seems to force iOS users to look for other flagship smartwatch options on the market.
Samsung Electronics announced the Galaxy Watch 4 series yesterday (11), August 11th. It comes in two sizes for the Galaxy Watch 4 and two sizes for the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. Samsung and Google have teamed up to create advanced software for wearable devices. Announcing the One UI Watch built into the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
The smartwatch series has important specs like a new SoC, 1.5GB of RAM, and various sensors, but doesn’t seem to be compatible with iOS devices. The Galaxy Watch 4 series specifications page on Samsung’s global website states that this smartwatch model is compatible with iOS and Android 6.0 or later.
Using features such as a turntable and a knob. This is the previous generation Galaxy Watch 3 case, which is compatible with iPhone 5+ and iOS 9.0+. However, according to a report by Ars Technica, which includes comments from Samsung, the South Korean tech giant currently “has no plans to end its legacy support for older Galaxy Watch compatible with iOS devices.”
Thus, Galaxy Watch 3 and earlier users can still use their smartwatch on their iOS devices. At the Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung unveiled four smartwatch models: the Galaxy Watch 4 with a diameter of 40 and 44 mm and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic with a diameter of 42 and 46 mm. AMOLED monitor with 4G connectivity, 5ATM + IP68, and MIL-STD-810G certification. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4