New Claim About Apple Watch Ultra: It Will Be Much Lighter!
A new claim about the new Apple Watch Ultra is that it will be much lighter than its predecessor. But how? Here are the details!
Earlier this year, a Weibo user named Setsuna Digital correctly predicted that Apple would launch a yellow iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. Now, the same person has made a new prediction about the upcoming second-generation Apple WatchUltra, stating that it will be “much lighter”.
The current version of the Apple Watch Ultra is much heavier than the lightest Series 8 watch, so this weight reduction could be significant.
Speculation about how Apple plans to achieve this weight loss centres around the use of 3D printers. According to TF International’s senior Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple may be using 3D printers to create some parts of the next-generation AppleWatch Ultra.
3D printers may be used in parts of the Apple Watch Ultra
While Kuo doesn’t specifically mention weight reduction as a goal, the use of plastic parts instead of metal parts through 3D printing could naturally lead to a noticeable reduction in weight.
In summary, a Weibo tipster who correctly predicted the yellow iPhone 14 expects the upcoming Apple WatchUltra to be lighter and possibly use 3D printed plastic parts, although weight reduction is not Apple’s primary goal.
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