Introducing Apple Watch Ultra
Every explorer has a packing list; the essential tools for heading out into the unknown. We put as many of those tools on your wrist as we could. The result was the new Apple Watch Ultra.
Ultra’s design pushes the boundaries so you can do the same. The rugged yet lightweight titanium case extends to protect the flat sapphire crystal and can endure temperatures that fall below zero or climb 130 degrees above it.
Into the unknown, you’ll want the battery to last for days. That’s why Ultra was built with a larger battery for multiday use on a single charge.
You’ll also need a map, or better yet, a dual-frequency GPS with pinpoint accuracy. The compass has been redesigned and now has waypoint marking and backtrack; dropping points along your route to keep you found when the conditions leave you lost.
A turn of the crown engages Night mode, which removes retina-altering blue light to ease the strain on your eyes in the dark.
Beside the bigger, brighter screen is its most versatile tool, a customizable action button. One push lets you track race segments, find a way out, or start up a dive computer – which is now strapped to your arm, tracking everything from depth to water temperature. The micro-polished sapphire surface and sealed case result in an Apple Watch twice as water resistant as any Apple Watch to come before it.
And the audio system’s three microphones triangulate so you can be heard even in extreme weather.
Of course, none of this matters if it falls off your wrist, which is why we’ve designed three new bands: Alpine, Trail, and Ocean, for specific environments and maximum comfort to endure long runs, hard falls, and ripping currents.
Apple Watch Ultra is an essential tool for essentially anything.
So, what will your anything be?