In this Article, We are going to review Apple Watch Ultra. With Specification and Description. Here are the pros and cons of the Apple Watch Ultra 👇


+Highly rugged and water resistant

+Much better battery life than other Apple watches

+Customizable Action button

+Emergency siren

+Cellular connectivity comes standard

+Louder speaker than Series 8

+Tactile buttons work with gloved hands

+Dual-frequency GPS

+Fantastic Depth app




-Digital Crown may irritate the skin


Display TypeOLED
Phone OS CompatibilityiOS
Watch OSwatchOS
ProcessorApple S8
Display Size1.9 inches
Fitness FeaturesTemperature Sensor, Accelerometer, GPS, Heart Rate Monitor, Blood Oxygen Monitor
Estimated Battery Life36 hours
Separate App StoreYes
Phone Call CapacityYes

He $799 The Apple Watch Ultra encourages exploration. It encouraged me to get on a jet ski and cruise around the Gulf of Mexico because it was the company’s first smartwatch approved for fast-paced water sports. Another first for an Apple Watch, it is safe for recreational diving. Its unique Depth app works like magic, automatically recording your fall and time spent underwater. With a more robust design, much better battery life, a larger and brighter display, a three-microphone array to pick up your speech in windy circumstances, and a noticeably louder speaker system, the Ultra outperforms the Apple Watch Series 8 ($399) in almost every regard.

Other improvements include a built-in 86dB emergency siren that can sound for hours, a dual-frequency GPS for better accuracy in cities and the woods, and an Action button that opens the app or feature of your choice. Because of its more functional and comfortable design, the Series 8 is our Editors’ choice for daily use. But if you’re crazy about adventure, the Ultra is a good (though expensive) choice.

More Is More

Because the Ultra differs significantly from earlier Apple Watches, it is a fascinating device. If there was any question, just take a peek at the Ultra to prove maximalism is in. It is positioned above the Series 8 and the recently updated entry-level Watch SE in Apple’s current array of smartwatches. For most users, the Series 8 is the best iPhone-compatible smartwatch, while consumers on a tighter budget should choose the Watch SE ($249). Outdoor adventurers are the target market businesses like Coros, Garmin, and Polar typically aim their attention with its attention-grabbing Ultra.

The primary thing that impressed me about the Ultra when I first saw it was its muscular build. Compared to the Ultra, which has a gigantic 49mm titanium case, even the Series 8’s more significant (45mm) size feels little. The Ultra outperforms a few significant rivals in this category, including the 47mm Polar Grit X ($429.95) and the 45mm Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro (beginning at $449.99). Rugged, outdoor-focused sports watches often have significant cases.

The Series 8 protrudes less than half an inch (0.4 inches) off your wrist, whereas the Ultra measures 1.9 by 1.7 by 0.6 inches (HWD). The Polar Grit X and the Ultra both weigh roughly 2.2 ounces (61.3 grams), but the Series 8 weighs 1.1 ounces and is double the weight. In contrast to the Series 8, which I frequently forget I’m wearing for extended periods, the Ultra is always evident on your wrist thanks to its size and heft.


The $799 Apple Watch Ultra is a behemoth of a smartwatch packed with features that will inspire you to veer off the beaten path—and help you stay safe. It represents the most significant design departure for the Apple Watch yet, featuring a bright orange, customizable Action button, a more tactile Digital Crown you can operate with gloved hands, and a completely flat front crystal for increased durability. The Ultra comes with cellular connectivity by default and offers noticeably improved call quality thanks to a dual-speaker system and three-microphone array. With a rugged build, longer battery life than its siblings, and a WR100 water resistance rating, the Ultra should strongly appeal to outdoor adventurers, endurance athletes, and ocean enthusiasts with deep pockets. For everyone else, we recommend the Series 8, which offers many of the same features in a more comfortable design for half the price.

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