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22 Mar, 2024
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This admission came as part of Apple's response to a lawsuit filed by the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) that implicated Apple's smartwatch as evidence of its alleged monopoly.

The DOJ's argument suggests that Apple's exclusivity of the Apple Watch to iPhone users could contribute to locking customers into the Apple ecosystem, making it costlier for them to switch to Android smartphones.

However, Apple clarified that it had indeed considered Android support for the Apple Watch but ultimately abandoned the idea due to technical limitations after an extensive three-year investigation.

This development aligns with previous reports from reputable sources such as Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, who had hinted at Apple's explorations into making the Apple Watch compatible with Android devices.