- Answered by Lucyna W
- Sep. 26, 2018
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I have just bought a 10.5" iPad and want to know if it is worth buying a pencil. Not being an artist
The iPad does come with an app that does this but search for Nebo in the App Store for this feature.
It has palm rejection! When using this Apple pencil, you can rest your hand on your iPad without interrupting whatever it is you are working on. The crazy part is, your iPad will still recognize your fingers!
You can pair with as many ipads as you want but every time you want to use it on another one, you have to plug it in to your iPad to pair it with that one
Yes, you can rest your hand on the screen.
What comes in the box of Apple Pencil is the Apple Pencil itself, a replacement tip so if you wear out the tip there is one more, and a female to female lightning adapter so you can charge Apple Pencil with a lightning cable opposed to charging by inserting into the iPads lightning connector
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I recently got an iPad Pro 9.7 inch from Verizon and I'm wondering if the Apple Pencil works with th
Yes it is. I have the iPad Pro 9.7 & use it daily.
No, the second generation apple pencil does not work with the iPad Pro 10.5
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I have iPad Air 2 I think but I want get the pen for my iPad but I wasn't sure if it will work on my
No it will not. I recommend the Evach Active Stylus for Ipad Airs
The manner in which the Apple Pencil interacts with your device depends on how the apps you use decide to interpret the input from the Pencil. Some apps use it like a normal finger tap, while others recognize it as a separate tool and allow separate actions (such as pressure-sensitive and/or angle-sensitive input) with the Pencil. On the system level, iOS treats the pencil largely the same as your finger with a few key exceptions in various places.