Apple Pencil (1st Generation)
Apple Pencil expands the power of iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad, and opens up new creative possibilities. It’s sensitive to pressure and tilt, so you can easily vary line weight, create subtle shading and produce a wide range of artistic effects — just like a conventional pencil, but with pixel-perfect precision.
What’s in the Box
Length: 175.7 mm (6.92 inches) measured from tip to cap
Diameter: 8.9 mm (0.35 inches)
Weight: 20.7 grams (0.73 ounces)
Magnetically attached cap
Answers from the community
does the apple pencil work with the ipad 5th generation
- Asked by Massimo T from Nospelt
- on 9/12/2018
No, when the Apple Pencil 1st gen came out, it was intended for the Pro series until in 2018 when Ap No, when the Apple Pencil 1st gen came out, it was intended for the Pro series until in 2018 when Apple announced iPad 6. iPad 6 is the only one in the Original iPad line as of right now that supports the Apple Pencil.
- Answered by JAE S K from Sydney
- on 31/12/2018
I have an iPad Air 2 - which Apple pencil works with it? 1st Gen or 2nd
- Asked by Sarah W from Horley
- on 19/12/2019
None of them, 1st Gen Apple Pencil only works on iPad Air 3.
- Answered by Trevor R from Salem
- on 11/01/2020
Does Apple Pencil work with iPad mini 4
- Asked by Charlotte M from POINT COOK
- on 15/05/2017
An iPad mini 4 is an older version of the iPad. The Apple Pencil will only work on the newer models An iPad mini 4 is an older version of the iPad. The Apple Pencil will only work on the newer models of the IPad line. Such as the IPad Pro line
- Answered by Zoey D from New York
- on 27/11/2017
Does the Apple Pencil supports rotation sensitivity?
- Asked by Alexandr K from Togliatty
- on 16/04/2018
How do you tell how charged it is? How do you charge it with the extra pice included? How often do you need to change the tip?
- Asked by Allie B from Hillsborough
- on 25/01/2020
Using the Widgets that come from the left side of the screen. Go to the bottom to see EDIT. Inside Using the Widgets that come from the left side of the screen. Go to the bottom to see EDIT. Inside EDIT look to MORE WIDGETS. Then select BATTERIES. Then go back the main screen to see the iPad and Apple Pencil battery levels.
- Answered by Brian F from Fairhope
- on 18/02/2020