It was initially said that performance issues caused the delay in sending out the update. Perhaps Motorola came across the same issues as the battery life related complaints that other Android Wear smartwatches are currently facing. But the good news is that Motorola has prepared for all those eventualities and issued an update accordingly.
A notification should shortly arrive on your wearable about the availability of the update, during which you might have to reboot your wearable once. It is advised that the battery is on at least 50% before you go ahead with the download of the update. You will see a flurry of changes, including a new app drawer, contacts and support for pairing a smartphone over WiFi instead of Bluetooth.
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Source: +WaynePiekarski – Google+
Via: Android Central