By Bryan Smith on July 27, 2016 at 3:28pm
Nintendo has announced that the accessory for "Pokemon Go," "Pokemon Go Plus," will be delayed into September.
The device, which is set to connect to the servers without looking at your phone, was originally planned to release for the end of July. Now the new date is September, as there are rumors that Android devices didn't work with "Pokemon Go Plus" correctly.
"Pokemon Go Plus" allows people to find PokeStops and Pokemon via LED and vibration. Swiping and pressing the button on the device will allow you to get items at the stops and catch Pokemon. However, this only works with Pokemon with you have already caught before. You'll need to catch new Pokemon with your phone.
"Pokemon Go" is out now for iOS/Android devices, taking the world by storm just like it once did years go when it first debuted in the 90's.
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