The Apple Watch Ultra will be released this Friday (September 23), but some customers who have ordered the watch find that their estimated delivery date was delayed by Apple. It was not clear how many customers were affected or the reason for the delay.
According to MacRumors, several netizens said their orders were delayed, including those from the United States. In one case, orders expected to be delivered by 29 September were now delayed to 12 October, while another order was delayed from 4 October to 12 October with an expected delivery range of 29 September to 6 October. 11 October.
The Apple Watch Ultra is priced at $799 and is available for pre-order starting September 9th. Although not yet reflected on Apple’s website, some first orders are marked as “Shipped” by the UPS Tracking tool.
All Apple Watch Ultra configurations include a natural-color titanium case and cellular connectivity. The only customizable aspect is the strap, which includes three color options for Trail Loop, Alpine Loop, and Marine.
The Apple Watch Ultra is inspired by “the most extreme activities” like hiking and scuba diving, with a sturdier design, a 49mm titanium case and a flat sapphire crystal, a larger display, a new one designed for dedicated outdoors, water resistant Strap up to 100 meters, customizable bright orange action buttons, up to 60 hours of battery life and an upcoming low-power mode, dual-frequency GPS support, and more.