Users are increasingly discovering how they can extend their experiences well beyond a keyboard and display.
This lens reports on the penetration of wearables that track and report to users, as well as hearables that enable voice assistants and music listening. It also spans a wide range of voice-oriented and listening-centric activities across the range of connected devices they use – PCs, tables, mobile phones, and game consoles.
Summary of subjects covered in the Wearables, Hearables, Listening, and Speaking lens tables
|Subjects||Examples of TUP Questions Answered|
|Consumer Electronics||Smart watches, Bluetooth headsets, VR headsets, smart speakers, smart displays and other consumer electronics|
|Communication Activities||Communication activities regularly used on connected devices, such as email, phone calls, video calls, or group chats|
|Entertainment Activities||Entertainment activities regularly used on connected devices, such as games, music, books, or TV|
Links to Wearables, Hearables, Listening, and Speaking lens tables
Recent findings from the TUP Wearables, Hearables, Listening, and Speaking lens
- A HomePod shuffle – a sound path of Apple’s expansion [TUPdate]
- US adult voice assistant/speaker users by brand platform and number of Apple devices [MetaFAQs]
- US adults with voice-enabled speakers by number of Apple devices [MetaFAQs]
- Voice-enabled wireless speakers by age group [MetaFAQs]
- American Apple HomePod Users [MetaFAQs]
- Broadened smart speaker usage in the US [MetaFAQs]
- Smart displays beginning with youthful interest [MetaFAQs]
- Headsets – our sound islands [TUPdate]
- Wireless Bluetooth headsets by smartphone operating system [MetaFAQs]
- Generation gap amplified by headsets [MetaFAQs]
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