According to a recent source, the Apple Watch Ultra 2 will launch in the second half of 2023 and use a new manufacturing process that includes 3D printed components.
Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known industry insider, claims that “Apple is actively adopting 3D printing technology, and it’s expected that some of the titanium mechanical parts of the 2H23 new Apple Watch Ultra will be made by 3D printing.”
Although Kuo did not specify which components will be printed in 3D, he did state that those that would be subject to the new method “still have to go through the CNC process for back-end processes.” If it is effective, it will decrease the price and time of manufacture for Apple Watch Ultra 2.
Ultra 2 Apple Watch
Apple Watch will arrive between now and December 2023, according to Kuo, however it’s likely that it will launch alongside the iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9.
The Apple Watch Ultra is the best Apple Watch available today because to its robust construction, long battery life, and bright display, which have made it a hit with people of all interests, not just those who love the great outdoors. Another trusted insider, Mark Gurman, already disclosed the release date of the Apple Watch Ultra 2.
After a few months of beta testing, Apple will also release watchOS 10 at the same time. Significant interface modifications, a brand-new smart stack widgets functionality, Control Center activation, and a hiking workout are just a few of the new features.
Since its release, there haven’t been any significant price reductions for the $799 Apple Watch Ultra. It’s not obvious whether Apple would aim for the same price point for the following model or whether upgrades may result in a price increase, even though a new release would reduce the cost of the first model. We won’t have much longer to wait to find out since a September launch is likely.
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