Apple recently announced its latest iPhone 15 lineup alongside the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2. The new Apple Watch models pack a lot of changes on the inside, including a new S9 chip with faster CPU and GPU capabilities and a brand new U2 chip that works seamlessly with the new iPhone 15 models. According to the latest, some configurations of the Apple Watch Ultra 2 are seeing a delay of 6 to 7 weeks ahead of launch on September 22.
Apple Watch Ultra 2 with some band configurations sees up to 6 to 7-week delay
One of the significant changes coming with the Apple Watch Ultra 2 is the new display that can reach brightness levels of up to 3,000 nits. The Series 9, on the other hand, can go as high as 2,000 nits. Despite various upgrades, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 starts at the same $799 price tag. Ahead of its official launch on September 22, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 is seeing a 6 to 7-week delay for some configurations (via MacRumors).
According to the publication, Apple’s online store in the U.S. shows Apple Watch Ultra 2 models with an Alpine band in blue in Medium and Large sizes with a 2 to 3-week shipping delay for orders placed on Wednesday. Furthermore, the Apple Watch Series 2 with a Trail Loop in Orange and Beige color option for Small/Medium and Medium/Large are seeing up to 6 to 7 weeks of delay. Other than these bands, Apple’s online store shows a plethora of bands with delivery set for September 22.
Apple’s latest Apple Watch Ultra 2 comes with a new S9 chip that packs enormous power compared to the S8 chip on the original Apple Watch Ultra. Conjoined with the latest features coming with watchOS 10 on Monday, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 will be able to offer a wide range of utilities for athletes and professional trainers. We will be covering the final software releases in extensive detail, so be sure to stick around.