Apple Watch Ultra

Apple Watch Ultra Successor with Micro-LED Display Reportedly Delayed to 2025

Apple had initially planned to release the successor to the Apple Watch Ultra, featuring a larger screen and micro-LED technology, in 2024. However, it appears the company has postponed the release to 2025. The reason behind the delay has not been disclosed, but delays and production challenges are common when dealing with long-term timelines.

The new Apple Watch Ultra will likely include a 2.1-inch micro-LED display, offering higher brightness levels, more consistent color output, and better viewing angles than the OLED displays currently used in Apple Watches. Micro-LED technology is also more power-efficient, a crucial factor for wearable devices where battery life is a significant concern.

The existing Apple Watch Ultra, priced at Rs 89,990, features a 49mm titanium case, the largest display size offered by Apple on a Watch. Its bands are designed for endurance athletes, providing enhanced GPS tracking capabilities and a one-push workout mode accessible through the action button.

Apple’s decision to transition to micro-LED displays for its highest-end Apple Watches aligns with its strategy of developing its own screens for the iPhone and Apple Watch. Currently, the company relies on partners like Samsung and LG for its displays used in iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches. The switch to micro-LED technology will help Apple gain more control over its product components and potentially enhance the overall user experience.

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