The wearables market is still growing, but starting to cool, as smart clothes and hearables dig in.
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The IDC reports that basic wearables from Fitbit are winning, while advanced fitness trackers and smartwatches are struggling.
Apple Watch maintained its smartwatch lead, but it is not immune to declines in the increasingly diverse global market.