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Jawbone activity trackers are heading back to Apple Stores

After a lesson in manners and sharing, Apple will relist Jawbone’s array of activity trackers in its online store soon, the fitness brand has revealed.

Earlier this year Apple cut a number of wrist-based wearables – including Jawbone’s UP line – from its retail channels suspiciously close to the launch of the Apple Watch.

Now, despite Apple having yet to detail its reasoning behind the move, Jawbone’s Senior Product Manager, Jason Donahue, has claimed the company’s products are heading back to Apple stores.

Speaking during a presentation in Japan today, June 4, Donahue claimed Jawbone will be heading back to Apple Stores next month with the launch of the Jawbone UP2 (via AppleInsider).

With the device scheduled for an ‘early July’ release, we should expect to see Jawbone’s next wave of products – which includes the high-end Jawbone UP3 – return to the high-profile shopping outlets soon.

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Despite doing away with many Apple Watch-rivalling wrist-based activity trackers – including the Nike FuelBand – Apple continued to stock a selection of fitness-themed wearables.

Devices still available through the Apple store include devices such as the Withings Pulse O2 and the heart-rate tracking Mio Link.

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