Apple has introduced a new, affordable Apple Pencil, a digital stylus designed to expand the capabilities of iPad users.
That is new Apple Pencil emphasizes pixel-perfect precision, low latency and tilt sensitivity, making it an ideal tool for tasks such as note-taking, sketching, annotating, journaling and more.
The new Apple Pencil features a matte finish and a flat side that magnetically attaches to the side of your iPad for convenient storage.
When it comes to ink performance, the new Apple Pencil retains the same features as the first and second generations, including “advanced pixel-perfect accuracy,” low latency, and tilt sensitivity.
For users of the M2 models of the iPad Pro, the new Apple Pencil also supports hover functionality. Pairing and charging has been made easier with the addition of a sliding cap that reveals a USB-C port for connection with a USB-C cable.
Apple has confirmed that the Apple Pencil is compatible with iPad (10th generation) users and is compatible with all iPad models with a USB-C port.
This wide compatibility includes iPad (10th generation), iPad Air (4th and 5th generation), iPad Pro 11-inch (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation) and iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation). , 4th, 5th and 6th generations). generations) and iPad mini (6th generation).
According to Apple’s official website, the new Apple Pencil will be available in India in early November at a price of Rs 7,900.
With this release, the Apple Pencil range now consists of three models: the Apple Pencil (1st generation), the Apple Pencil (2nd generation) and the new Apple Pencil (USB-C). Among them, the Apple Pencil 2 remains the most premium offering.
Apple Pencil 2nd generation still premium
In contrast to the Apple Pencil 2nd generation, the new Apple Pencil uses a USB-C port for charging and deviates from wireless charging.
This change is part of Apple’s efforts to offer the new model at a cheaper price of Rs 7,900, making it the most affordable Apple Pencil in the lineup to date.
It’s important to note that the new model does not include certain features of the second generation Apple Pencil, such as: B. Pressure sensitivity, wireless charging and automatic pairing.
The second-generation Apple Pencil continues to be the leader when it comes to the spec sheet.
It has features like double-tap to switch between tools and seamless wireless pairing and charging that aren’t available on the first-generation Apple Pencil or the new USB-C-equipped models.