Apple Watch Ultra orders of some customers have been delayed


Apple has delayed the projected delivery date for some customers who ordered the brand-new Apple Watch Ultra, which goes on sale. How many consumers are impacted or what is causing the delays are both unknown.

Several readers who had orders that had been delayed in the US sent emails. In one instance, an order that was anticipated to be delivered by September 29 is now anticipated to arrive by October 12, and another order that was anticipated to be delivered between September 29 and October 6 was delayed to October 4 to October 11.

The Apple Watch Ultra, which costs seventy-nine dollars, has been accessible for pre-order since September 9. Some orders have been recorded as dispatched by UPS’s tracking tool, but this has not yet been reflected on Apple’s website. U.S. shipments are still making the normal stops in Louisville, Kentucky and Anchorage, Alaska on their way to their final destinations.

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The Apple Watch Ultra comes with cellular connectivity and a titanium casing in all available versions. The band is the only component that can be changed, and choices include the Alpine Loop, Trail Loop, and Ocean Band in each three different colours.

The Apple Watch Ultra has a tough design with a 49mm titanium case, a larger display with a flat sapphire crystal cover, new bands made for outdoor activities, water resistance up to a depth of 100 meters, a programmable bright orange “Action” button, up to 60 hours of battery life with an upcoming low power mode, dual-frequency GPS support, and more.

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