Rumors of Apple Pencil coming to the iPhone and non-Pro iPad models are nothing new and it seems like these rumors are beginning to pick up steam.The versatile Apple Pencil is the best tool to reach for when you need pixel‑perfect precision. Use it to jot down notes, draft a schematic, or paint a watercolor or can use to sign a lease or mark up an email. Apple Pencil is easy to use but impossible to put down.The Apple Pencil has been getting more and more useful over time, with new handwriting and drawing features added in the latest iOS 11 update. A similar code upgrade would be required to add stylus support on the iPhone but that should have no problems.Apple Pencil resembles a classic writing tool.Apple Pencil offers unmatched versatility whether you’re marking up a complex document, designing a building on-site, or retouching layers in a photo, you get an astonishing selection of tools in a single instrument. With amazing apps designed to take full advantage of its distinctive features.
Apple Pencil lets you jot down notes and sketch ideas as naturally as you do on paper. You can even add handwriting and drawings alongside text. There can also be great note taking apps in the App Store that allow you to do even more. The technology inside Apple Pencil is revolutionary and is picking it up for the first time feels instantly familiar. And though it’s far more precise than your finger.It is just as easy to use.With Apple Pencil, you can make virtually any number of effects right down to a single pixel. It’s perfect for creating technical illustrations or adding fine details to a portrait. You can even touch and hold with two fingers in supported apps to get a virtual ruler that lets you draw straight lines.On the new iPad Pro with ProMotion technology, latency the tiny delay between when you begin drawing and the time it appears on the screen which is virtually imperceptible. This lightning-fast responsiveness creates a smooth and natural experience unmatched by other creative tools.
Sophisticated and accurate pressure sensors determine exactly how hard the tip of Apple Pencil is being pressed down. Press harder to draw thicker lines. Use a gentle touch for wispy hairlines. And adjust your pressure for anything in between.Two tilt sensors in the tip of Apple Pencil calculate the angle of your hand. As you draw or write the relative positions of these sensors are detected by the Multi-Touch display. So you can create different degrees of shading simply by tilting Apple Pencil the way you would a conventional pencil.iPad Pro is designed with palm rejection technology, making it possible to rest your hand on the iPad screen while you use Apple Pencil. So you can focus on drawing with the utmost precision instead of worrying on how to position your arm.Under the magnetic cap of Apple Pencil is a Lightning connector that lets you plug into iPad Pro. 15 seconds of charging gives you 30 minutes of use also a full charge gives you 12 hours of scribbling, sketching, annotating, and editing.