When they first broke onto the scene, smartwatches were touted as the next generation of devices set to transform consumers' lives. And brands, service providers, and the healthcare segment were ready to capitalize on their "always on" nature, which promised to provide greater insight into consumer habits. But while the market initially grew rapidly, it has begun to cool off, as consumers become impatient with the technology's lack of distinct capabilities, such as LTE connectivity and device-specific apps.
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