Yesterday, Apple introduced the Apple Pencil for iPad Pro, a precision input device available for purchase separately for $99, which makes drawing and sketching feel remarkably fluid and natural.
The touch subsystem of the Multi-Touch display in iPad Pro has been redesigned to work with Apple Pencil to dramatically reduce latency and deliver incredible accuracy for activities like fine art illustration and detailed 3D design. Advanced sensors in Apple Pencil measure both pressure and tilt for a fast and fluid drawing experience, while a built-in Lightning connector makes for quick and easy pairing and charging.
Apple Pencil also works with popular apps like Mail, Notes, Procreate and Office 365 for iPad, offering new levels of creativity and productivity.
TechCrunch took Apple Pencil for a spin on the new iPad Pro. Watch the video here
MacDailyNews Take: Incredibly quick and responsive! Watch the video.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Rad Wagner” for the heads up.]