When you cover the touch screen of the iPad pro with a transparent protective layer or skin does this effect the performance of the Apple Pencil?

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    I too was worried about this as a possible issue. It would appear Apple obviously planned ahead for this as well. I put a Skinomi Tech Glass screen protector on my iPad Pro. Despite the noticeable distance from the writing surface compared to an iPad Pro without a protector, there is no difference in the Apple Pencil functionality. The Pencil still reacts to pressure and angles as it would without the screen protector. There is no lag whatsoever and the point of contact follows directly under the tip at all times. Amazingly it only reacts when you make contact with the surface. Also, the palm rejection works flawlessly.

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