Google’s Android Wear smartwatches could soon play nice with Apple’s iPhone, if a new rumour emerging from France is anything to go by.
The tech sleuths at 01net claim that Google is building a dedicated Android Wear app for iOS, which would allow owners of devices such as Motorola’s Moto 360 and LG’s G Watch R to use them in conjunction with Apple kit.
Interestingly, Google has not flat out denied the plans and has stated only that it doesn't "have anything to share at this time".
Such a move would surely give Android Wear a shot in the arm, especially with Apple set to release its own wearable, the Apple Watch, next month.
The Cupertino company is holding a special event, believed to be focusing on the smartwatch, on March 9th.
As this is a rumour, don’t get your hopes up too much, as any launch is likely to be some months away.
But the idea of having more than one smartwatch option if you’re an iPhone owner certainly sounds appealing.