Apple has announced the Apple Watch Ultra 2, the successor to the popular Apple Watch Ultra. The new watch is designed for adventurers and extreme sports enthusiasts, and features a number of upgrades over the previous generation.
One of the most significant changes is the use of recycled titanium for the case. This makes the Apple Watch Ultra 2 the first carbon neutral Apple Watch. The watch also features a new, brighter screen with a maximum brightness of 3,000 nits. This makes it easier to see the screen in bright sunlight.
The Apple Watch Ultra 2 also has a number of new features that are designed to make it more useful for adventurers. These features include:
An expanded altitude range of 500 meters below sea level to 9,000 meters above sea level.
A new dual-frequency GPS chip that provides more accurate location tracking.
On-device Siri, so you can use voice commands without your iPhone.
New Precision Finding features that can help you find your iPhone, even if it’s lost in the wilderness.
A battery life of up to 36 hours, or 72 hours in Low Power Mode.
The Apple Watch Ultra 2 is also compatible with the new Double-Tap feature, which allows you to control vital features of your watch and scroll through apps just by tapping your index finger to your thumb with your watch hand.
The Apple Watch Ultra 2 is available in four colors: black titanium, blue titanium, silver titanium, and natural titanium. It starts at $799 and will be available for purchase on September 22.
Here are some additional details about the Apple Watch Ultra 2:
The watch is water resistant to 40 meters, making it suitable for swimming and snorkeling.
It has a built-in compass and altimeter, which can be used for navigation and tracking your altitude.
It also has a heart rate sensor, an ECG sensor, and an SpO2 sensor, which can be used to monitor your health and fitness.
The Apple Watch Ultra 2 is a powerful and versatile watch that is designed for the most demanding adventures. It is the perfect choice for hikers, climbers, skiers, and other outdoor enthusiasts.