Myths about smartphone sales being saturated seem overrated as Telsyte tells of Australian smartphone sales having experienced "strong growth in 2017 driven by an Android replacement cycle".
Led by fitness-focused women, Australians are investing in fit-tech to track their fitness, with one fifth — or 20% — purchasing a fitness tracker in the last 12 months.
Fighting fit and fighting Fitbit, Apple and others is a new competitor: the Striiv Apex HR, promising to help you reach your summer fitness goals and keep on top of your busy lifestyle.
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