So far we have seen how Android Wear has focused on being born and dedicated to improving support within Android, but knowing Google and their idea of creating functional ecosystems within iOS, this support could be extended to iOS sooner than we expect.
A few weeks ago the developer Mohammad Abu-Garbeyyeh showed us in a video as Android Wear already had support for iOS , this through the native protocol of iOS, ANCS, the same that Pebble uses to provide compatibility with Apple devices.
This practically confirmed that the support is there, since the modified part was the clock, in this case a Moto 360, and not the iPhone, now we only need Google to release it in the next update of its operating system , which could happen during the 28th and 29th of May during the next Google IO.
But before that happens, the same developer who discovered the support has now released a new video showing how the Moto 360 is capable of receiving calls from the iPhone , even if it is through FaceTime.
This move by Google would give a strong boost to its wearable platform , as more and more people want to get a smartwatch and more if it has support for both platforms like Android and now iOS.