FIT and Apple watch are 2 totally different products. I have both. Had the FIT one for a few years, and iWatch a few months. I actually use both for the various information. The iPhone is needed for the FIT (and or computer) to provide data breakdown and analysis.
I don't understand why ppl are saying they are the same. if you look at price difference, the iwatch of course does so much more, and is user app selectable.
Lets stop being a bunch of babies.
I upgraded my FITBIT from One. My FB-1 I now have on my K9, and works well, so I can tell his activity and sleep pattern. How many of you have one for your K9? Maybe good idea for FIT to extend the product to K9, Horses, cattle, etc.................. what u think of idea?
might be, but for now this is dead money and only declining day by day. I lost my share, but took the loss and put the money somewhere else, hopefully to get the money I lost on this. I'm not saying it wont go back up, but it will take a long long time. Every day new low life firm attys joining the wagon.
u r so FOS.my Step kids have been using them to 2 years now, every day, and compete with each other.
The entire market is down. All the bigs are down, Apple, NFLX, PLCN, BAC, ABBV, GE, GILD, GOOG's, LOCK, XOM................... all different industries....................... All due to Greece, China, Obama The companies are not broken, just the stocks and Wall St thieves.
eurig Green Mountain (NASDAQ:GMCR) was downgraded after issuing a weak outlook, while Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) got a higher price target following better-than-expected earnings that failed to wow investors.
Keurig Green Mountain was downgraded by Morgan Stanley, Susquehanna and Canaccord Genuity. The maker of brewers and single-serve K-cup pods topped fiscal Q3 earnings estimates, but gave guidance well below Wall Street forecasts. Shares plunged 29% to 53.33, a two-year low.
Fitbit's price target was raised to 60 from 57 at Stifel and to 53 from 45 by RBC Capital, though Dougherty & Co. downgraded it to neutral from buy. The maker of wearable fitness tracking devices reported quarterly earnings above analyst views late Wednesday in its first quarter as a public company.
But that and upbeat guidance weren't enough to satisfy investors, who may be worried about increasing competition from Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and others — though Apple declined to give initial Apple Watch sales figures in its recent quarterly report.
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