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Apple Pencil (2nd Generation)

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Compatible with 11-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation).

The new Apple Pencil. Do more, more simply.

What’s in the Box

Apple Pencil (2nd Generation)

  • Overview

    The new Apple Pencil delivers pixel-perfect precision and industry-leading low latency, making it great for drawing, sketching, coloring, taking notes, marking up email, and more. And it’s as easy and natural to use as a pencil.

    The new Apple Pencil also features an intuitive touch surface that supports double-tapping. So now you can change tools without setting it down.

    Made specifically for the 11-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation), it features a flat edge that attaches magnetically for automatic charging and pairing.

    What’s in the Box

    Apple Pencil (2nd Generation)

    Tech Specs

    Dimensions

    Length: 6.53 inches (166 mm)

    Diameter: 0.35 inch (8.9 mm)

    Weight: 0.73 ounce (20.7 grams)

    Connections

    Bluetooth

    Other Features

    Magnetically attaches and pairs

  • 3.0 Average
    3 out of 5 stars
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    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      The verdict is still out

      I will preface this by saying my opinion may change once I can get some questions answered! My first impression is that I love the Apple Pencil 2, easy to pair I will preface this by saying my opinion may change once I can get some questions answered! My first impression is that I love the Apple Pencil 2, easy to pair, goes into low power mode when not in use. It is the best stylus I have ever used for creating artwork digitally (I actually like it more than my Wacom tablet!). I do have some questions I need to get answered before I can give it the 5 stars I want to give it. Can this device be be charged any other way besides sticking it to the iPad? OR has anyone made an iPad case/cover that will actually protect the edges, the most vulnerable part of the iPad while allowing for the Pencil to charge? The Apple Smart Folio seems to expose the edges of the iPad which is great for charging the pencil, but one accidental drop and I fear that the lovely screen will crack. I would really prefer a TPR back cover case that protects the edges but would have a section that would allow for the pencil to charge. I certainly do not want a case that has to be removed to charge the pencil. The only other change I would have liked is to have the pencil flat on 6 sides like a typical pencil.

      • Written by David G from Rochester

      175 of 210 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?The verdict is still out

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Ultimate

      This is the BEST stylus I have ever used. I came to the event in October 2018 and got my hands on it. Thanks

      • Written by Ayush S from Sunam

      250 of 377 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Ultimate

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Excellent pencil

      I picked this up today it works great and it is very cool that you can stick to the side of the tablet when not in use and that also charges it . Great job appl I picked this up today it works great and it is very cool that you can stick to the side of the tablet when not in use and that also charges it . Great job apple ,both this and the keyboard are awesome.

      • Written by Dan B from Reading

      98 of 127 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Excellent pencil

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Works as expected with no thinking

      Ive gradually moved over from Microsoft to Apple, since I just want to get work done. I don’t use the pencil for detailed artwork, but note taking and sketches. Ive gradually moved over from Microsoft to Apple, since I just want to get work done. I don’t use the pencil for detailed artwork, but note taking and sketches. In addition, I do use it as a stylus instead of my finger. It just works the way you would expect it to work. I used it on a business trip with the iPad Pro, and did not take a laptop. I was easily able to keep everything together, and not worry about the technology interfering with the work. It also works great while moving around in to a Windows environment via Remote Desktop as a pointer (since icons and menus render so small on the small iPad Pro). The charging and pairing mechanism is nice and clean. The magnet is reasonably strong, but can understand the concern about dropping it or protection. I have dropped the pencil a couple of times from around 4 feet onto a hard surface, and it did not appear to affect it. With a ‘glass’ screen protector on the iPad Pro, there does appear to be a slight loss of sensitivity. In addition, the protector surface is slicker than the iPad screen itself. That is, there’s a better feel with the pencil on the iPad screen, with more drag. I suspect if you were going for more detailed artwork, a screen protector may limit the range of ability.

      • Written by Stephen W from Belleville

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Works as expected with no thinking

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Stand by time was awful!

      I just bought a new iPad pro 12.9 and apple pencil II. I was impressed stand by time of iPad pro but not for apple pencil II. After two weeks full charged lef I just bought a new iPad pro 12.9 and apple pencil II. I was impressed stand by time of iPad pro but not for apple pencil II. After two weeks full charged left on the couch, iPad pro had 95% battery life and apple pencil was dead.

      • Written by Hugh N from San Jose

      2 of 4 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Stand by time was awful!

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Hands down, the most intuitive digital drawing input!

      It's not perfect. Even though the magnet is relatively strong, I still feel the pencil can come off when I'm carrying the ipad around. So I got a case with a pe It's not perfect. Even though the magnet is relatively strong, I still feel the pencil can come off when I'm carrying the ipad around. So I got a case with a pencil holder built-in, that also charges the pencil at the same time. Problem solved. As a drawing input, and when used properly and after a while of getting used to, it becomes the most intuitive digital input tool I have used that allowed me to do more with what I do, which is designing. I simply enjoy holding it and using it. To me, that is a triumph in design and purpose! It ain't cheap though.

      • Written by Rommel O from Los Angeles

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Hands down, the most intuitive digital drawing input!