Global wearable shipments show more resilience than smartphones as people turn to health tracking

//Global wearable shipments show more resilience than smartphones as people turn to health tracking

Global wearable shipments show more resilience than smartphones as people turn to health tracking

Global shipments of wearable devices grew 14.1 per cent in the second quarter compared to the same period a year ago, bolstered by strong demand for hearables (headphones and ear buds) and continued interest in health tracking during the pandemic, according to a research report by IDC.Apple, which leads the global wearables market, racked up 29.4 million shipments in the quarter ended June giving it a market share of 34.2 per cent, way ahead of its nearest competitor, according to Monday’s…

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