Wearables are failing to attract the attention of consumers despite being billed as one of the hot products after smartphones. According to eMarketer report, demand for wearables have cooled off and only 20 percent of the US population plan to use a wearable next year. The research firm says sales for wearables, which includes both
Apple Watch, one of the best selling smartwatch in the market, is set to get an advanced heart-rate monitoring feature. The Apple Watch already measures heart-rate, but the new feature is expected to turn it into a diagnostic device. Apple is working on an EKG monitor for its smartwatch that can anticipate future behavior, and
Apple Watch fans would absolutely swear by the benefits of the wearable when it comes to health and fitness. But, little did a Californian kiteboarder know that the smartwatch could help him survive white shark infested waters.
Nike and Apple are collaborating again for a new wearable which is set to match the sport brand's upcoming Air VaporMax running shoes. Called Midnight Fog, the limited edition Apple Watch Series 3 comes with LTE support and is priced at $399 (approximately Rs 26,200). It will be available starting November 24 at Nike's online store as well as physical retail stores.