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With 4 million shipments inside first quarter of 2018, Apple is among the leader inside the global wearables market, based on an article by International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker.

Apple Watch shipments grew 13.5 % covering the previous year because the launch of an cellular-connected Watch entered additional markets even as the wearable device shipments slowed, the report said on Monday.

The iPhone market’s growth additionally outpaced the entire wearables market allowing the organization to improve its share from 14.3 percent from the first quarter of 2019 to 16.One percent during the first quarter of 2018.

“Worldwide shipments of wearable devices grew 1.2 percent while in the first quarter of 2018 as shipments reached 25.1 million units,” IDC said in a very statement.

The growth was cheaper compared to the 18 percent year-on-year (YoY) growth one year ago largely as a consequence of 9.2 percent decline in shipments of basic wearables. In the same period, smart wearables by Apple, Fitbit and numerous fashion brands grew 28.Four percent as consumer preferences continued to shift towards smarter devices,” according to the statement.

Xiaomi grabbed your second position with 14.8 percent share of unit shipments.

“However, while using lowest average selling price (ASP) among the list of top five companies, Xiaomi only agreed to be qualified to capture 1.8 percent from the dollar valuation on industry within this quarter,” this company added.

Wearables maker Fitbit ranked third while doing this quarter, despite a decline of 28.1 %.

Chinese company Huawei had been able capture the last position in this quarter with 1.3 million shipments and 5 percent market share, with Garmin with 1.3 million shipments and 5 % share of the market.


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