You can grab an AirPods Pro 2nd Gen or the Apple Watch Ultra today onward

The 2nd Gen AirPods Pro has better noise cancellation & the Watch Ultra has 36 hours of battery life.

You can grab an AirPods Pro 2nd Gen or the Apple Watch Ultra today onward

Apple’s Watch Ultra and the second generation AirPods Pro are now available worldwide, as reported on their official Newsroom site. The former is Apple’s best and most expensive wearable, and the latter has gained a few tricks inside the hood.

Both these products were revealed alongside the iPhone 14 series and the Apple Watch 8 at the company’s ‘Far Out’ event on September 7.

Apart from the iPhone 14 Plus – which will be available October 7 onwards – iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, the Apple Watch 8, and the new Apple Watch SE have been available for purchase and have already reached consumers worldwide.

You can grab an AirPods Pro 2nd Gen or the Apple Watch Ultra today onward
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The Watch Ultra has a gigantic 49mm, flat screen and a rugged titanium case with a new design. Apple made it clear that this wearable is for its extreme athletes, but has drawn everyone’s attention because of its 2,000 nits screen and a battery that can last 36 hours on one charge.

The second-generation AirPods Pro is Apple’s best wireless earbuds with twice the Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), Spat,ial Audio, and the buds’ volume control. The AirPods Pro also lasts for 6 hours, up from 4.5 hours.

The case looks the same but it does have a couple of upgrades. It now integrates a speaker that lets users quickly locate it via the Find My app and includes a lanyard loop without the loop!

If you plan on getting one, remember that they come with a steep price tag. The Apple Watch Ultra comes in just one variant for $799, while the second-generation AirPods 2 costs $249, the same as the original, launched three years ago.

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