Apple's smartphones and smart watches, introduced the other day, aroused interest not only among users, but also among competitors. Many companies continue to troll Apple products, and the well-known manufacturer of wearable devices Garmin has joined their ranks.
Expectedly, Garmin was not interested in smartphones, but in the new rugged Apple Watch Ultra. Against their backdrop, Garmin decided to promote the benefits of its Enduro 2 model. "We measure battery life in months. Not hours," Garmin emphasizes on its Twitter page.
Of course, this is a reference to the Apple Watch Ultra, which has the highest battery life of any Apple watch - 36 hours in normal use and 60 hours in power save mode. The Enduro 2, on the other hand, has a solar panel and offers up to 150 hours of battery life in solar-charged GPS mode and up to 34 days of battery life in smart watch mode.
Of course, that's not "months" either, but it's much better than the Apple Watch Ultra's performance.