Apple Watch might soon be able to connect to multiple iPhones and iPads
According to sources Apple Watch ‘will no longer be tied to one single iPhone’ and may soon support multi-device pairing
Apple Watch is one of the most popular health tracking devices used by users worldwide. At present, users can pair their Apple smartwatch with only one device at a time, which in most cases is the iPhone.
Now, a report says that users may soon be able to sync their Apple Watch with more than one Apple device.
According to sources Apple Watch ‘will no longer be tied to one single iPhone’ and may soon support multi-device pairing.
Although it could not provide a timeframe as to when the support may roll out, but it says that Apple Watch will sync across multiple iOS/iPadOS/Mac devices.
At present, Apple Watch’s compatibility with iPad and Mac is limited. In case a user wants to follow Apple Fitness+ workout routines on iPad, the smartwatch needs to be paired with the Apple iPhone and must login to the iPad with the same AppleID.
Similarly, Mac users can use Apple Watch to sign in, make payments using Apple Pay, view passwords and authenticate apps.