Last week, news broke that Fitbit didn't have any plans to beam its gathered data to Apple's HealthKit offering. Recode reports that the folks in Cupertino are planning to pull the wearable company's line of activity trackers from its retail stores' shelves. While there may not be a link between the two, the timing certainly seems curious. Of course, Apple has it's own wrist-worn device on the way, but we'd surmise that it wasn't too thrilled with the outfit holding the largest share of the fitness-tracking market staying out of iOS 8's Health app. Jawbone, Wahoo, Withings and others also have health-focused devices that are currently sold both in-store and online. Two new Fitbit gadgets leaked yesterday, so those offerings will seemingly have one less retailer to call home when they arrive. We reached out to Fitbit for a comment on the matter, and a statement from co-founder and CEO James Park resides after the break.