Here’s how the upcoming Apple Watch versions might compare to one another:
Current speculations building up to Apple’s event in September claim that two fresh smartwatches could be on the horizon. These smartwatches are rumored to be the series of the Apple Watch 9 and the upcoming Apple Watch Ultra 2.
A brand-new luxury Apple Watch with an LCD screen of 49 millimeters and a battery life that is twice as long as that of the Series 8 model was introduced by Apple a year ago under the name Apple Watch Ultra. Even if it is unclear how it will be improved, it is possible that the smartwatch that costs $799 will be updated this year.
In the meantime, the series of Apple Watches 9 is expected to be released as planned and will provide users with the most modern Apple wristwatch experience. Depending on the enhancements that have been made, the series of Apple Watches 9 may be the greatest smartwatch overall when combined with watchOS 10.
The Apple event for September will take part on September 12, which means it won’t be long before we find out how the series of Apple Watches 9 and the Apple Watch Ultra 2 compare to one another. The following is everything that we understand regarding both of the gadgets.
Apple Watch 9 vs. Ultra 2: Availability, Price
We anticipate that the price of the series of Apple Watches 9 will be similar to what it has been in previous years. As a point of guidance, the Apple Watch 8 presently begins at a starting price of $399 for the 41mm device, with additional costs for the bigger 45mm model, cellular connection, and other features.
There is just a single 49mm, the GPS + Cellular version available for the Ultra, and it costs $799. This is in contrast to other top-tier Apple Watch models. Even if there is no pattern for others to follow when it involves estimating the cost of the Ultra 2 Edition of the Apple Watch 2 in comparison to the Apple Watch Ultra, it is difficult to believe that Apple will change the cost for the version that is in its second iteration.
Announcements concerning the Apple Watch are scheduled to take place on September 12, and product availability is scheduled to begin as soon as Friday that follows.
Apple Watch 9 vs. Ultra 2 Design
There have been no speculations claiming that Apple will make any changes to the Series 9 Apple Watch. We anticipate that it will be available in a variety of color options, as well as diameters of 41mm and 45mm (both of which will be made of aluminum as well as stainless steel).
There have been rumors that the Apple Watch Series 9 would be available in rose gold or pink, but other than that, there won’t be much visual differences between the Apple Watch Version 9 and the Apple Watch Series 8.
In comparison to the 49mm model of the Apple Watch Ultra, the 45mm Series 8 seemed puny. The display on the Ultra is similarly flat, in contrast to the screen on the main Apple Watch, which has a gentle curve.
There is a possibility that the Ultra 2 version of the Apple Watch 2 may continue to have the same overall look, but it will have a black titanium finish. There is a possibility that Apple will not produce an Apple Watch Ultra 2, and instead, the original Apple Watch Ultra will be manufactured in a variety of different colors; however, this remains to be seen.
Apple Watch 9 vs. Ultra 2: Features
There’s a good chance that the series of Apple Watches 9 as well as Apple Watch Ultra 2 are going to have the same set of capabilities. Both would be equipped with watchOS 10, get access to the greatest Apple Watch apps, and have the most advanced safety and health sensors.
The Apple Watch Ultra, on the other hand, has several additional features that make it a more durable adventure watch than the series of Apple Watches 8. Titanium construction and a maximum brightness of 2,000 nits make it resistant to the elements and suitable for use in harsh environments. The integrated siren is a huge boon in dangerous situations. In addition to having the longest-lasting battery among all Apple Watchs, it also has the Activity Button, which serves as a shortcut to accessing a number of different features and applications.
The most widely circulated Apple Watch feature rumor for the forthcoming line of devices is a possibility for both the non-Ultra and Ultra variants. The Apple Watch 9 is rumored to feature a new chipset that significantly improves battery life and performance, according to claims from Bloomburg’s Marc Gurman and source Instant Digital.
The update to the series of Apple Watches 9, according to Gurman, will be “everything but major.” According to the source, this will be “a more modest year” for the Apple Watch Series 1. As Gurman put it, “it’s unlikely you’ll decide to pay for this version” of the watches Ultra if you already own the previous model.