Google’s next-generation smart watch platform, Android Wear 2.0, will not be seeing the light of day this year. The company announced today that it is delaying the initiate of the update, which was in earlier times scheduled for this fall, to a short time in early 2017. Android Wear 2.0’s Play store up will work when the watch is connected to a phone over Bluetooth or when it’s joined to a Wi-Fi or cellular network (on devices with cellular connectivity). Purchases for paid apps will need to be applicable on the phone with this explanation, though Google says it plans to reduce that condition with expectations versions. Google says that the delay for the launch of Android Wear 2.0 is so that the company can hit the category requirements it has for the platform when it is honestly launched and not because of specific hardware delays.