We’ve asked Nike for comment. The iOS app doesn’t appear to have the same problems.
There’s a good chance Nike can address this before long. All the same, it illustrates a growing problem with the rise of connected devices: you can run into technical headaches with footwear and other goods that you wouldn’t have thought twice about in the past. Self-lacing connected shoes can be beautiful when they work, but particularly frustrating when they don’t.
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