Apple Watch Ultra design
The first thing you might think when picking up the Apple Watch Ultra is that it’s a bit… big compared to the smooth lines of the Watch 8. We expected it to be an ugly device, but the way the metal moulds around the outside of the device, even the big bulge on the right-hand side isn’t that unsightly.
On the left-hand side of the wrist-based device is a new button though – and this is where one of the novel additions resides. Apple has added a programmable button, called the Action button, that will allow you to set which apps will open when pressed, making it super simple to just get the Workouts app open and start running or cycling, open a stopwatch or torch, or get diving.
Apple Watch Ultra screen
Watch Ultra uses an OLED screen, with the same low refresh rate that means it can carry the always-on display without draining the battery heavily.
It’s also been enhanced to have a higher peak brightness of 2000 nits, allowing you to see what you’re doing in bright sunlight and if you need to flick your eyes at your wrist when performing some fun intervals or trying to run really, really fast up a hill.
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