Apple stops selling fitness tracker Jawbone Up and FuelBand in stores
Even when we learned that Apple is working on a smart watch with fitness functionality, expected the company to stop promoting products of competitors Nike, Jawbone, Fitbit and other companies. Not surprisingly, a few weeks before starting sales of Apple Watch, fitness bracelets, which until recently we could buy in the stores of Apple, are down from the shelves. Sales in Apple stores around the world play a key role in the success of Nike FuelBand, the same is true for several model Jawbone Up, albeit to a lesser degree.
We recall that in 2014, Apple stopped offering products Bose, after the latter signed a contract with the NFL and prohibit the display of the Beats headphones in frame. A little later Bose products returned to stores of Apple.