The Apple Watch Ultra isn’t your traditional, run-of-the-mill Apple Watch. It’s designed for athletes, divers, professionals, and more. From its Titanium build, to the reinforced Sapphire Glass on the display, and including the all-new Action Button, the Apple Watch Ultra just isn’t made for the “everyday” user.
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This continues to be evident from the first time that you look at the Apple Watch Ultra, as the all-new Wayfinder watch face packs so much information onto your wrist that it might even be a bit overwhelming. But there are also a few other features built into the Watch Ultra that you might not even know they are there.
How to Enable Night Mode on Apple Watch Ultra
One example of this is called “Night Mode” on Apple Watch Ultra. According to Apple, this was implemented in an effort to “help maintain your night vision”. With the potential for so many different colors on your watch face, WayFinder changes all of the UI elements on to red, making it easier to see. Here’s how you can enable Night Mode on Apple Watch Ultra:
- Wake your Apple Watch Ultra.
- Swipe left or right until you see Apple’s new Wayfinder watch face, if it’s not your default watch face.
- Rotate the Digital Crown from bottom to top.
- In order to turn off Night Mode on Apple Watch Ultra, rotate the Digital Crown in the opposite direction.
It’s important to note a few things. For one, this only works when using the WayFinder watch face on the Apple Watch Ultra. If you find yourself navigating through the UI and opening other apps, Night Mode will not be active, meaning that you might end up hurting your eyes. Additionally, this feature is limited to just the Apple Watch Ultra, so if you own any other Apple Watch model, you won’t be able to use Night Mode.
Andrew is a freelance writer based on the East Coast of the US.
He has written for a variety of sites over the years, including iMore, Android Central, Phandroid, and a few others. Now, he spends his days working for an HVAC company, while moonlighting as a freelance writer at night.