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Apple Watch Ultra review: Hiking with Apple’s very large, very expensive new wearable

We went on a (moderate) hike to test the Apple Watch Ultra, especially features like Wayfinder, Backtrack and Siren. Along the way, we also learn about how its battery holds up, its screen’s brightness in sunlight and more. The Apple Watch Ultra is as impressive in specialized use cases as it is in daily wear, as long as you can put up with the somewhat frustrating placement of its controls.

– Helpful emergency and exploring features
– Long-lasting battery compared to other Apple watches
– Bright and roomy screen
– Thoughtfully designed straps

Cons: Cumbersome design for workouts

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