Here's the Apple Watch Ultra Review for people who want to put this watch to the test. I push the Ultra to the extremes with a non-stop 14-hour journey to see if it can handle the Alps, plus of course, plenty more day-to-day usage thoughts. The Apple Watch Ultra is Apple’s real first foray into a watch suited for endurance sports, and other sporty adventures. Sure, Apple’s WatchOS 9 update for many of their other watches, including the recent Apple Watch Series 8, have brought a massive slate of new features aimed at that crowd – such as running power, triathlon support, and more. But historically, one of the biggest blockers to many athletes using an Apple Watch was lack of battery life, combined with lack of buttons. The Ultra aims to solve both of those concerns, while adding in a number of other features along the way, such as the emergency siren. I’ve been testing the Apple Watch Ultra, and in particular, yesterday I put it to the ultimate test: Could it survive a 14+ hour non-stop trail run/hike through the Alps? And if it could, how well would it handle such a mission. In this review I’ll cover that, plus plenty more in terms of day-to-day use, as well as other new features like the new emergency siren and the action button. Full data sets and in-depth written review: 🤍🤍dcrainmaker.com/2022/09/apple-watch-ultra-in-depth-review-its-a-start.html 0:00 Quick Overview 0:51 The Pricing & Hardware Differences 2:39 What's New! 3:27 Diving/Depth App 4:10 Activity/Daily Tracking 5:03 Sleep & Wrist Temp Tracking 6:39 Sport/Workout Detailed 10:09 Backtrack, Waypoints, and Compass 12:32 Emergency Siren 14:08 Battey Life Testing 15:57 GPS, HR, and Elevation Accuracy 17:00 Is it worth it? #AppleWatchUltra #AppleWatch #Apple
Throw that shi* and by Garmin!
żeby to jeszcze ładne było to bym kupił, ale to wygląda jak gówno.
In regards to sleep tracking, don’t be so quick to dismiss it’s abilities. Here’s a review on how it stacks up to a clinical sleep device and other smart watches: youtu.be/LPqtfC70QTU youtu.be/LPqtfC70QTU
It’s actually quite good at sleep tracking.
For everyday smartwatch battery life isn’t bad. After 48h of usage my watch still had 38% left.
zbYSSGFV9tw&t=4m22s 4:22 loool. The exercise goal is way too low by default, you can change it though.
Pity you can’t configure workouts on your iPhone and send them to device 😮 why would they remove that feature ? Hope it comes back as you say…
One of the best video reviews I’ve seen of this device. Very thorough.
I was really looking forward to this until I found out about the lack of route planning options/route guidance (besides backtrack). I rely on my current Garmin Fenix 6 and my previous Suunto 9 Baro watches as a back up to paper map and compass for navigation, particularly in wilderness areas and on unestablished routes. It’s a real shame that this 1st gen AW Ultra doesn’t have this and is an absolute deal breaker 🙁
This man really knows how to talk…💆♀️
“Button Guard” 🙄
His lack of historical horology is so cringe. What a goofy.
Im glad I got the enduro 2
Aeroplane? Not trying to be funny what country you from? New to the channel
Pointless test unless you mention the issue of L5 GNSS frequency not being fully deployed…
Outstanding review, going far beyond what most reviewers do by doing the full-on exercise tests that is needed but most won't be capable of or fit enough to do. Once again the standarrd tech sports reviewer.
Love your Apple Watch videos ❤
I am disappointed that it cannot measure wrist temp directly without doing it through health app and sleep focus.
A watch of 1000€ focused in “adventure” without native maps, or any topography for offline.
another unfinished product without battery and only for early adopters.
See you in 5 generations, until then I will but the Garmin 955 for the half price
If it tracks your sleep, when do you charge it?