Apple has raised the bar again with the introduction of the Apple Watch Ultra 2, a second-generation rugged smartwatch. This watch is a significant upgrade in terms of functionality, durability, and performance. The smartwatch is priced at 799 USD and is expected to hit the market on 22nd September, 2023. Let’s look at features and specifications that set the Apple Watch Ultra 2 apart from other smartwatches.
The All New Apple Watch Ultra 2
The Apple Watch Ultra 2 is equipped with a powerful new S9 chipset. With the S9 chipset, your watch will be able to handle any task, from keeping track of your outdoor exercises to presenting real-time health insights. The sapphire front crystal adds a touch of beauty and exceptional durability while protecting your smartwatch.
The Apple Watch Ultra 2’s bright display is one of its most notable characteristics, with a peak brightness of 3,000 nits and a large 49mm dial. This means that even in the brightest sunshine, you can use the watch without having any visibility issues.
With a single charge, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 can last up to an impressive 36 hours. And if you’re in a low-power mode, you can stretch this to a remarkable 72 hours. Enhancing user convenience is the customizable action button.
With a water resistance rating of 40 meters, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 is made to withstand underwater activities. The Ultra 2 goes the extra mile when it comes to activity tracking. It also has depth session logs, which offer detailed logs of your activities. It has a range of -500 to 9000 meters elevation tracking.
Just like its predecessor, the Series 9, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 is equipped with a comprehensive set of health and fitness-related features. For accurate tracking, it has a dual-frequency GPS and an inbuilt compass.
Among other crucial functions, the gadget includes a heart rate sensor, a blood oxygen monitor, sleep tracking, temperature detection, crash detection, and ECG tracking. The Ultra 2 includes WatchOS 10, which integrates Siri. You can now connect Siri to your health data and ask Siri about your sleep patterns, activities, and more.