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Apple already sells more headphones and smartwatches than Xiaomi, Huawei and Samsung combined

Apple is the company that sells the most headphones and smart watches in the world.

Apple is one of the most important companies in the world. Its mobile devices are the best sellers globally and all this despite the number of haters that the company with the bitten apple has.

However, Apple does not live only by selling mobile devices. Among its most outstanding products is also the iPad – the best tablet you can buy – as well as the AirPods or the Apple Watch.

And outside of jokes, Did you know that Apple has already sold more headphones and watches than Xiaomi, Huawei and Samsung combined? Almost nothing.

Apple is unrivaled in the headphone and smartwatch market

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As we read in Gadgets Now, the analyst firm IDC states that Apple is the current undisputed leader in wearables and headsets with a 36.2% market share.

Regarding smart watches, Apple has increased its percentage of sales by 45.6% thanks mainly to three models in particular, What are the Series 6, the Watch SE and the Series 3. Apparently not even Xiaomi with a product as cheap and attractive as the Mi Band, is capable of coping with it.

As for wireless headphones, 2020 was a spectacular year for this type of product And there is no doubt that they are the perfect accessories for every owner of a smartphone.

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Apple is unrivaled in the wearables market

If Apple is in first place with the share of 36.2%, Xiaomi occupies the second position with a share of 8.8%. Samsung is the third with 8.5% and Huawei fourth with 6.7%. And no, it is not a mistake. The difference between Apple and the rest is abysmal.

Is there therefore a market for other brands other than Apple? Despite the fact that there are very interesting wearables and wireless headphones such as the Huawei FreeBuds Pro, possibly the best wireless headphones for those who do not want to spend more than 200 euros, it seems that the reign of the Cupertino company goes for a long time. Can someone cast a shadow on it? For now, we doubt it.

Related topics: Headphones, Huawei, Samsung, Wearables, Xiaomi