Apple Watch Ultra 2 launched – new chipset, better display and a price of ₹89,900

Apple Watch Ultra 2 launched – new chipset, better display and a price of ₹89,900
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  • The Apple Watch Ultra 2 has been launched at the company’s Wonderlust event.
  • Apple also launched the Apple Watch Series 9 at the event.
  • Here’s everything you need to know about the latest Apple smartwatch.
Tech giant Apple has launched the WatchUltra 2 at its Wonderlust event, along with the Watch Series 9 and the iPhone 15 at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park.

In addition to the Watch Series 9, Apple also launched the Watch Ultra 2. The Watch Ultra 2 comes with some updates like a new chipset, new gestures and an action button.

The Apple Watch Ultra 2 can be ordered today, with availability beginning Friday, September 22. It is priced at ₹89,900.

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“Apple Watch Ultra 2 is our most advanced Apple Watch, with great performance and feature updates. It’s perfect for anyone who wants our biggest, brightest display, longest battery life, and best GPS of any Apple Watch, all in a stunning design.” said Jeff Williams, Apple’s chief operating officer.

Brightest display in its range


The Apple Watch Ultra 2 now goes up to 3,000 nits always-on Retina LTPO OLED display, which the company has claimed is the brightest display in its range.

The Apple Watch Ultra 2 comes with a digital crown on the side and an action button on the opposite side.

Apple Watch Ultra 2 launched – new chipset, better display and a price of ₹89,900
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The Watch Ultra 2 is also equipped with the company's new S9 chipset, which the company claims is 60% faster and comes with a 30% faster GPU.

It features the same Double Tap feature as the Watch Series 9, allowing users to mute calls, play music and perform actions just by double tapping their thumb and index finger.

The smartwatch also gets the Name Drop feature with WatchOS 10. This allows the user to share personal information with other Apple Watch users.

WatchOS 10 also brings in greater Siri integration, allowing you to connect Siri with your health data. You can ask Siri how much sleep you got, your activities and more. The watch also comes with better connectivity with other products in the ecosystem such as the Homepod.

Also, Siri now speaks in two languages – Mandarin, in addition to English.


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