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Apple Watch Ultra video tips: First setup, adjusting settings, how to use it and more

2022 September 28
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Watch this new collection of Apple Watch Ultra video tips, ranging from the setup process to adjusting important settings, configuring features and setting up apps.

Apple Watch Ultra video tips: Setup, settings, apps, etc.

So you’ve just unpacked and put on your newly-purchased Apple Watch Ultra and are looking forward to having fun using it. Nice, but first you must actually set up and configure the device, which not only involves undergoing the watchOS 9 setup process but also adjusting important settings, using common apps and more.

After watching the ten-minute video walkthrough, please give our videographer Harris Craycraft (@_craycraft) a shoutout on Twitter and be sure to subscribe to the iDB YouTube channel with post notifications turned on so you don’t miss a thing.

Meet the toughest Apple Watch yet

Apple Watch Ultra is Apple’s rugged smartwatch for fans of extreme activities, featuring a new design with a 49mm titanium case dominated by a nearly 2-inch flat display, two times brighter and protected by sapphire crystal cover glass.

It featured the most accurate GPS of all models, improved water resistance certified to WR100 and a depth gauge that the new Depth app uses. The upcoming Oceanic+ app will be helpful for recreational scuba diving up to 40 meters deep.

The rugged smartwatch brings a 36-hour battery life, with a 60-hour option based on reduced health and fitness tracking coming via a software update later this year.

There are three distinct band options: Trail Loop, Alpine Loop and Ocean Band. Apple Watch Ultra costs $799 and can be purchased from Apple at apple.com, via the Apple Store app [App Store link] or at Apple’s retail stores. Three months of Fitness+ are included for Ultra buyers. Read: How to use the Dock on Apple Watch

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