With the Apple Watch Ultra set to go on sale on Friday, September 23, Apple has made two specialist apps available for download from the App Store.
The new Depth and Siren apps are both free downloads and specifically designed for Apple Watch Ultra.
The new apps, which can be downloaded from the App Store on Apple Watch Ultra models, offer to different uses.
Siren is an app designed to help people attract attention when they are injured by making a loud siren sound that can be easily heard.
Activate Siren in emergency situations if you become lost or injured to draw attention to your location.
Siren emits a unique 86bd sound pattern which can be heard up to 600m away.
The new Depth app is designed for divers who go into water while wearing their Apple Watch. It can be used at depths of up to 40m and can display water depth during dives.
Use the Depth app for recreational underwater activities to 40m (130ft), from snorkeling, and free diving, to simply playing in a swimming pool.
See your current depth, water temperature, duration under water as well as the maximum depth you’ve reached to 40m (130ft)
Notably, the app can be configured to automatically launch as soon as the Apple Watch is under water. Alternatively, it can be launched manually by tapping the app’s icon.
The new Apple Watch Ultra will on sale this week for $799 with pre-orders already available.
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