Apple made a big splash on the smartphone market with its TrueDepth camera system in the iPhone X, which allows for facial recognition and other end-user features.
For iPad Pro and Apple Pencil users, Apple Notes as a note taking and brainstorming tool just got a whole lot better. iOS 11 lets you draw anywhere in a note. You can instantly draw anywhere on an image. But what’s possibly the most interesting is the new Line & Grids section for background paper styles.
More than a year after initially unveiling them, Apple has started selling certified refurbished Apple Pencil through its online store. While a brand new Apple Pencil is priced at $99, one can get the refurbished Pencil for $85 thereby translating into a saving of $14.
The iPad Pro lineup has a brand new member of the family with the 10.5-inch model, and the 12.9-inch variant also got some improvements too.
We have seen plenty of magazines shoot their cover photos using one of the latest iPhones. Now though, The New Yorker’s cover for this week has been completely sketched on an iPad using an Apple Pencil by illustrator Jorge Colombo.
Apple is familiar with gift guides, which promote its own products, as well as accessories, for a variety of different holidays.
The Apple Pencil is a pretty great stylus, meant for its use with the iPad Pro. However, carrying it or storing it once you’re done using it has always been a problem. Apple’s new patent application looks to solve this. Well, to some degree anyway.
When Apple launched the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in November 2015, it also launched the Apple Pencil to go along with it. Apple was initially mocked for launching a stylus-like device, but soon after, artists and creators started appreciating the usefulness of the Apple Pencil.