In September, Apple captivated the tech world with the launch of its 49mm Watch Ultra 2 at the Far Out event. Now, excitement builds as whispers of a new Apple Watch Ultra variant echo through the corridors of anticipation.
Recent findings on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website suggest that the curtain might soon rise on this latest innovation. The preliminary renders showcased on the FCC site unveil a rugged exterior for the rumored wearable, featuring a distinct black ceramic back panel. Notably, the Action Button exhibits a fresh design departure from its predecessor, the Apple Watch Ultra.
@ParrotSWD, a vigilant X (formerly Twitter) user, has generously shared alleged renders of the Apple Watch Ultra prototype sourced from the FCC listing. The images depict a robust yet sophisticated wearable, sporting a black ceramic rear case that aligns seamlessly with other Apple Watch Series models.
Despite its rugged exterior, the redesigned Action Button catches the eye with a plastic composition, deviating from the familiar metallic feel. Both the Apple Watch Ultra and Watch Ultra 2 boast a Titanium case, leaving enthusiasts speculating about the potential arrival of a more affordable Apple Watch Ultra model.
While the specific Apple Watch Ultra models represented by these renders remain uncertain, the subtle design tweaks suggest the emergence of an accessible variant.
The anticipation intensifies as Apple enthusiasts eagerly await confirmation from the tech giant itself. Until Apple decides to unveil its cards, the tech community remains on the edge, craving more details to surface.
Presently, Apple’s second-generation Watch Ultra 2 is making waves in India, priced at Rs. 89,900. The device offers a choice of Alpine Loop, Trail Loop, and Ocean band options, catering to diverse preferences.
Originally unveiled alongside the Apple Watch Series 9 in September, the Watch Ultra 2 boasts a 49mm case housing a Retina display with an impressive peak brightness of up to 3,000 nits. Running on watchOS 10 and powered by Apple’s custom S9 SiP, it demonstrates its prowess with a diving depth of 40 meters.
The device promises up to 36 hours of battery life in regular use and an impressive maximum of 72 hours in Low Power Mode. As the tech world eagerly awaits the official reveal, Apple enthusiasts can only speculate on what this new Watch Ultra model might bring to the table.