• Nike FuelBand and Jawbone UP Removed From Apple's Retail and Online Stores

    Re/code has reported that Jawbone’s UP and Nike’s FuelBand have been removed from Apple’s Retail Stores, as the company is preparing to set up for the Apple Watch release. The company’s Retail Store locations as well as Online Apple Stores have officially removed the products that may have any competition to their wearable device. The Cupertino-based company used to sell many different fitness tracker smartwatch-like products from Wahoo, Nike, FitBit, and Jawbone just to name a few.

    When visiting Apple.com, typing in Nike FuelBand in the ‘search’ bar will result in the website telling you ‘no results were found.’ AppleInsider also confirmed that these products are no longer at the brick-and-mortar stores anymore as well in the U.S. According to an Apple store representative, they are currently not selling any band-like fitness products. If you type in Jawbone, the search will result in Jawbone’s clip-on UP Move.

    We are a little over a month away from the Apple Watch launch, which starts at $349 and goes as high as $10,000+. Which model will you be purchasing and will you be pre-ordering the device on April 10th or will you be waiting until April 24th? Share with us in the comments below.

    Source: Re/code, AppleInsider
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Nike FuelBand and Jawbone Up Get Removed From Apple's Retail and Online Stores started by Akshay Masand View original post
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