The excitement of Black Friday has begun, and the industry on wearable biometric devices only serves to grow larger. Bargains on devices such as the Apple Watch or the Fitbit may help to drive customers into the wearable space that previously would not have been apart of it.
Black Friday could help to show the swatch of new innovative tools associated with the growth of the industry based on wearable tech. Reporters on the Apple sale this next Friday have stated that “Traditionally the Apple Store itself doesn’t offer substantial Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals.
In recent years the company has offered only small gift cards when spending over a certain amount (or even no deals at all) and I expect this to continue in 2017. For that reason, I recommend you focus your Apple Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 shopping at third party retailers.”
The wearable industry has been something that has seen a large amount of popularity over the course of the past year or two. Increases in technology have led to the mainstream adoption of such a market. One of the main reasons for this is the security associated with these devices. Wearable devices have a unique opportunity to use the body as a form of security.
This is known as biometrics and is something that is becoming widespread with the adoption of new versions of phones and so on. These biometrics can help to protect users from attacks from hackers on their personal information.
The use of biometric identifiers such as facial recognition or even heartbeat recognition could help to proliferate the market on wearable tech as we know it. Hopefully this Black Friday, the widespread adoption of wearable tech will help to grow the market and ultimately improve it for all.