According to Apple, an Apple Watch Ultra charge can last up to 36 hours. Apple also unveiled a Low Power Mode and battery-saving features with the new Watch series. According to Apple, the Apple Watch Ultra may provide up to 60 hours of battery life while operating in low power mode. The Apple Watch Ultra now offers a battery backup of more than 24 hours, making it the company’s first smartwatch to do so.
At the September 7 launch event for the iPhone 14, Apple officially unveiled its latest rugged wristwatch, the Apple Watch Ultra. With a striking design and several functions intended for endurance, exploration, and adventure, the new tough Apple Watch exudes adventure. With its 49mm titanium casing and flat sapphire front crystal, the all-new Apple Watch Ultra is believed to have the largest and brightest Apple Watch display to date. The business has also improved its battery capacity in order to run the large smartwatch.
Apple unveiled its first rugged smartwatch — Watch Ultra — alongside the new iPhones and AirPods at the Far Out event. The Apple Watch Ultra is priced at Rs 89,900 and it will be available for purchase starting September 23 onwards. The Watch Ultra brings a lot of firsts for the Apple Watch lineup
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12 things to know about Apple’s one of the ‘most expensive watch. The low power mode is part of WatchOS 9 which will roll out on September 12. Apple Watch Ultra will also get the new battery optimisation features via software update. The company has not yet revealed a specific date for the update but it is expected to roll out later this year. Apple Watch Ultra is priced at Rs 89,990 and will go on sale starting September 23.