Meet Apple Watch Ultra. It’s the Apple Watch taken to new levels of robustness and capability. Built with adventure and exploration in mind, it features a robust titanium case, precision dual-frequency GPS, the freedom of cellular connectivity, and up to 36 hours of battery life. Plus the other great health, fitness and wellbeing features of Apple Watch, this takes the sports watch experience to the next level of endeavour.
Every element is crafted with painstaking attention to detailed for peak performance. Titanium strikes an ideal balance between weight and ruggedness. The case design rises up to surround the flat sapphire crystal and protect it from edge impacts, and the digital crown is larger than the regular Apple Watch, and the side button is raised, so they’re easier to use when wearing gloves.
Bigger, brighter display, with Night Mode
Direct sunlight is no obstacle for an Always On Retina display that’s an eye opening 2,000 nits and twice as bright as a regular Apple Watch. And the bigger display provides more room for workout metrics and detail packed watch faces. The Wayfinder face features a time dial that can be switched to a live compass, and in low-light situations, you can rotate the Digital Crown to activate Night mode and see the watch face turn a vivid red.
This gives you quick, physical control over a variety of functions. It’s customisable and can do things like control a workout, mark a Compass Waypoint or begin a dive.
It’s swimproof down to a depth of 100 metres. Apple Watch Ultra features a depth gauge. It also delivers the data and functionality required by scuba and free divers for descents down to 40 metres.
It has an innovative sensor that tracks your temperature while you sleep, so you can see changes over time. Cycle Tracking uses this data to provide a retrospective estimate of when you likely ovulated. When combined with your heart rate and logged cycle data, you’ll get a detailed view of your menstrual cycle.
The Sleep app doesn’t just keep track of your time asleep. It shows you how much time you spent in REM, Core or Deep sleep, as well as when you might have woken up.
Apple Watch Ultra’s blood oxygen sensor incorporates LEDs and photodiodes in the back crystal. You can easily take readings of your blood oxygen, or let the watch capture background readings, day and night, to provide this key indicator of your overall wellness.
Squat, spin, stride, you name it…Apple Watch has a workout for it in the enhanced Workout app. And with Workout Views, you’ll be able to see more advanced metrics at a glance, like Heart Rate Zones and customised intervals to keep you going strong.
Tap and pay
Just hold the Watch to the checkout reader to make payments via your credit or debit card. No matter how you use it, Apple Pay keeps your financial information completely private and secure.
Battery life for days
With normal use, it’ll last for up to a whopping 36 hours.
GPS performance is critical for athletes who want the most precise metrics, whether they’re training in urban streets or out in the wild. Apple Watch Ultra features a precision dual-frequency GPS system that provides amazing accuracy in the most difficult locations.
You can still stay in the loop, even when you’re away from your iPhone, thanks to your Apple Watch Ultra’s cellular feature. With the Apple Watch Ultra, you can make calls or send text directly from your wrist. (Please note: a cellular service is required for this feature to operate.)
Get world-class workouts with Apple Fitness+
Choose from a catalogue of workouts and meditations led by expert trainers and see in-session metrics from your Apple Watch, like heart rate and calories burned onscreen. There are over 30 new workouts and meditations added each week, so if it’s HIIT, Pilates, Strength, or Yoga – no matter your focus, there’s a programme fit for you
Apple Fitness+ requires an Apple Watch Series 3 or later. Available when paired with iPhone 6s or later with iOS 14.3 or later.
Emergency SOS requires a cellular connection or Wi-Fi Calling with an internet connection from your Apple Watch or nearby iPhone.
What’s the difference between Bluetooth and cellular?
Some smart watches with Bluetooth can let you send and receive text messages, answer telephone calls and receive notifications when it’s connected to your (compatible) phone via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
Bluetooth + cellular
Smart watches with built-in cellular offer the freedom to send and receive text messages, answer phone calls and even receive notifications when you don’t have your phone with you.
Cellular carrier support
Connecting your cellular enabled smart watch to a cellular network requires the same carrier as your (compatible) phone.
Please be aware: Blood Oxygen app measurements are not intended for medical use, including self-diagnosis or consultation with a doctor, and are only designed for general fitness and wellness purposes.
Additional information: manufacturers often update their Operating System (OS) software over the course of a device’s lifespan – this means that your product might ship with a more advanced OS than specified.
We can help you get set up
Our specialist in-store Partners can help you to get set up on your new device right away. We can help with anything from transferring personal data from your old device to setting up any essential features.
Visit your local shop with your new device, or simply Click & Collect from a John Lewis & Partners when purchasing and an available Technical Support Partner can set it up for you.