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穿戴式設備的全球市場佔有率

Worldwide Wearables Market Shares, 2017: Apple Takes the Crown for Shipment Volume and Value

出版商 IDC 商品編碼 354893
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 19 Pages
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穿戴式設備的全球市場佔有率 Worldwide Wearables Market Shares, 2017: Apple Takes the Crown for Shipment Volume and Value
出版日期: 2018年03月15日 內容資訊: 英文 19 Pages
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本報告提供全球穿戴式設備市場上主要供應商的市場佔有率相關分析。

IDC的市場趨勢預測

摘要整理

技術供應商的建議

市場佔有率

左右近幾年市場的主要企業

  • Apple
  • Fossil

市場背景

  • 推動市場要素
  • 市場阻礙因素
  • 市場主要趨勢

調查手法

市場定義

相關調查

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Product Code: US43601918
This IDC study examines the market share of the major vendors in the worldwide wearables market in 2017."The worldwide wearables market is in a state of transformation in 2017," points out Ramon T. Llamas, research director with IDC's Wearables team. "The marketplace has become more sophisticated in its tastes and more comfortable with multifunction wearables like smartwatches. This will be a big opportunity for vendors up and down the spectrum to shift resources from basic wearables and to continue further development on smart wearables from where they are today.""The market for basic wearables is clearly not finished," adds Llamas. "For many, basic wearables present a 'good enough' value proposition, with a focused set of features and functionalities. It still brings less expensive devices to the market, which is still a necessary step for many first-timers buying their first wearable device. Furthermore, products that had smaller volumes - particularly clothing and earwear - posted market-beating growth. These and others signal continued opportunities for basic wearables going forward."

IDC Market Share Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Share

Who Shaped the Year

  • Apple
  • Fossil Group

Market Context

  • Growth Accelerators
  • Growth Inhibitors
  • Significant Market Developments

Methodology

  • Primary Data Sources
  • Secondary Sources
  • IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker

Market Definition

Related Research

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