While unof­fi­cial.

About plans to imple­ment the com­pat­i­bil­i­ty of their “smart watch­es” Galaxy Gear S2 with the iOS oper­at­ing sys­tem, Sam­sung announced at the begin­ning of the year. But some­times an eter­ni­ty pass­es from announce­ment to imple­men­ta­tion. Final­ly, the devel­op­ers decid­ed and released the appli­ca­tion gear man­ag­erwhich serves as a link between the South Kore­an gad­get and the iPhone.

How­ev­er, the app has yet to be offi­cial­ly released. Instead, the user has access to the IPA instal­la­tion file, which can only be down­loaded by users with devices that have under­gone a jail­break pro­ce­dure.

The delay in the offi­cial release of the appli­ca­tion in the App Store is caused by a very strained rela­tion­ship between Apple and Sam­sung.


For instal­la­tion gear man­ag­er nec­es­sary down­load IPA file and install it on the iPhone (the appli­ca­tion is not com­pat­i­ble with the iPad), and then per­form the set­tings by link­ing the Galaxy Gear S2 smart watch and smart­phone.

Note: The edi­tors are not respon­si­ble for installing appli­ca­tions that are not pub­lished in the offi­cial App Store. Every­thing you do — you do at your own per­il and risk.

It is like­ly that the appli­ca­tion will appear in the App Store very soon. [SM]

There is also an unof­fi­cial way to con­nect the clock under con­trol Android Wear. You can find detailed instruc­tions here.