With the announcement of the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which is the biggest iPad yet, comes the new stylus which Apple calls the Pencil. A lot of people never would have imagined that Apple would introduce something that Steve Jobs never would have created: a stylus, but low and behold, Apple has created yet another exceptional gadget, shared by the Verge.
The new Apple Pencil for iPad Pro will include pressure sensitive technology and can also be used simultaneously with your fingers, according to the Verge. The feature of the Pencil takes advantage of the multi-touch technology, allowing users full control of the device. The new accessory also lets you create thin and thick lines just by adding pressure to the Pencil. ?Within its slender case are intricate and accurate pressure sensors, capable of measuring a range of forces. The carefully positions sensor determines precisely how hard the tip of Apple Pencil is being pressed down,? Apple posted in their website.
It also comes with a Lightning connector that lets you quickly charge Apple Pencil by just plugging it into the iPad Pro. A full charge will give you a good 12 hours of battery life and if you?re in a hurry for those projects, 15 seconds of charging will give you an amazing half an hour of use.
Along with the amazing iPad Pro and the?Pencil comes the new and improved iPhone 6s. The new phone introduces us to the concept of 3D Touch. ?It senses how deeply you press the display, letting you do all kinds of essential things more quickly and simply,? posted by Apple. And Apple doesn?t stop there, iPhone 6s will now be upgraded with a 12-megapixel iSight camera, an astonishing 4K video display, and a 5-megapixel FaceTime HD camera for taking awesome selfies.
The Apple Pencil, which will cost $99, will be available along with the iPad Pro in November while the iPhone 6s will cost you around $649 and the iPhone 6s Plus at about $749.