Apple considered releasing an Apple Watch compatible with Android devices, but the idea was ultimately scrapped due to concerns about diluting the value of the watch to iPhone users.
The Apple Watch has never been compatible with Android, which is a missed opportunity for Android users who may have been interested in the device.
Wear OS watches, such as the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and the upcoming Google Pixel Watch 2, now offer strong alternatives to the Apple Watch for Android users.
Keeping the Apple Watch exclusive to iPhone users has been a successful move for Apple, as they have been responsible for a significant portion of global wearable shipments.
Apple is planning to make advancements in the health capabilities of the Apple Watch, including non-invasive blood glucose monitoring
The development of non-invasive blood glucose monitoring technology is still in progress and is unlikely to be available in a product for a few years.
The Apple Watch Ultra 2 has set new benchmarks for wearables with its impressive screen.
The Apple Watch is a key driver of iPhone sales, as it requires pairing with an Apple device.
The potential for an Apple Watch compatible with Android may have diminished with the availability of strong alternatives in the Wear OS market.
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