Available for the Gear S2 and the Gear Fit 2, the beta program will let you pair the Samsung wearables to the iPhone. Much like Android Wear on iOS it's likely that some of the features best optimised for Samsung's own phones will not be supported. But you'll probably be able to keep an eye on notifications at the very least.
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If you want in on the program, you can sign up over on the beta page with the program running through to 19 September. iPhone owners will need their smartphone to be running iOS 8.4 or later to take part in the program.
Samsung revealed that it was bringing iOS compatibility to the Gear S2 when it launched the Tizen-running smartwatch back in September last year. Since then, Samsung had promised to add support and was tipped to land in early 2016. It looks like it's taken a little while longer to get things up and running.
Samsung announced the Gear S2 successor at a press conference at IFA on 31 August. You've taken your time Samsung, but we're glad you got there in the end.