Apple: Cupertino, California — Apple today introduced an all-new iPad Air — the most powerful, versatile, and
Android Wear was founded on the belief that wearable technology should be for everyone, no matter what style you wear on your wrist or what phone you have in your pocket. Since then, we’ve partnered with top watch and electronics brands to create more than 50 watches to help you manage your fitness, connect with the people who matter most, and show you the information you care about. The best part: We’re just scratching the surface of what’s possible with wearables and there’s even more exciting work ahead.
As our technology and partnerships have evolved, so have our users. In 2017, one out of three new Android Wear watch owners also used an iPhone. So as the watch industry gears up for another Baselworld next week, we’re announcing a new name that better reflects our technology, vision, and most important of all — the people who wear our watches. We’re now Wear OS by Google, a wearables operating system for everyone.
This move is an interesting one, while I really don’t see anyone ever actually calling it “Wear OS By Google” rather than simply “Wear OS”, anyone who makes devices that are powered by it will have to say the full name, which puts Google’s name on the packaging.