Apple Watch Ultra detailed teardown

iFixit shared a teardown video of the Apple Watch Ultra today, giving us a better understanding of the watch’s internal design and components. During the teardown, iFixit found that while the Apple Watch Ultra has four exposed pentagonal screws on the back that can be quickly opened and accessed inside the watch, iFixit said the device remains challenging to repair, such as after removal of the gasket used to waterproof the Apple Watch Ultra will be damaged when the case is removed. Also, to access parts like the battery and the Taptic Engine, the display needs to be removed, which is more difficult.

In addition, the teardown also confirmed that the Apple Watch Ultra is equipped with a 542mAh battery, which is 76% larger than the 308mAh battery of the Apple Watch Series 8. In addition, the Apple Watch Ultra has significantly larger speakers, which can provide more volume during calls.

Interestingly, iFixit also counted how many screws the Apple Watch Ultra uses, 32 in total.

The Apple Watch Ultra was released on Friday, priced at 6,299 yuan. Highlights include a sturdy design, a 49mm titanium alloy case, a flat-screen display, an outdoor-themed strap, a water-resistant depth of 100 meters, Bright orange keys with customizable functions, up to 60 hours of battery life, and more.

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