As compared to the original Apple Pencil, the second-generation has evolved quite a bit. It comes with a double-tap feature that allows users to bring up access tools. A new patent suggests that Apple is working on more gestures for the upcoming Apple Pencil generations.
Apple is trying to make writing and drawing on its iPads as close to the real deal as possible. First, it reduced latency to a bare minimum and then changed its shape to resemble a real pencil. Now, it is trying to add haptic feedback to the stylus to make it feel like you’re writing on a real paper.
With so many retailers offering up noteworthy deals on a variety of Apple products for Black Friday (and Cyber Monday), it’s a great time to buy that new device for you or someone else.
Apple has a new advertisement for the new iPad Pro lineup, which the company officially launched not too long ago.
Apple hosted a pretty exciting event earlier this week, marking “There’s more in the making” as one of the company’s best to date.
Apple’s “There’s more in the making” event was designed around the idea that people create things with the company’s products, so it wanted to introduce new devices to help folks do that.
You Can Now Preorder the 2018 iPad Pro, MacBook Air With Retina Display, New Mac mini, and New Apple Pencil
Apple’s latest event, which took place in Brooklyn, New York, wrapped up not too long ago. And, as expected, the company’s latest devices are now available to preorder.
The rumor mill had been relatively quiet about a potential successor to the original Apple Pencil, but that started to change recently as hints of a new stylus started to make the rounds.