The government is in the process of fielding three new signals designed for civilian use: L2C, L5, and L1C. The legacy civil signal, called L1 C/A or C/A at L1, will continue broadcasting, for a total of four civil GPS signals. Users must upgrade their equipment to benefit from the new signals.
The new civil signals are phasing in incrementally as the Air Force launches new GPS satellites to replace older ones. Most of the new signals will be of limited use until they are broadcast from 18 to 24 satellites.
From here: GPS.gov: New Civil Signals
I see this: Apple Watch Ultra - Technical Specifications: * L1 and L5 GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS, and BeiDou
and this: https://geo-matching.com/gnss-receivers/dual-frequency-gnss-receiver-gm-smart