How long does each tip last if used frequently?
- Asked by Itayetzi M from Garden Grove
- Flag as inappropriate How long does each tip last if used frequently?
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We have a paper-like screen protector on our iPad to help with drawing, and a tip lasted about four months with a fairly reasonable amount of use. With the stock glass screen or a smooth screen protector I would estimate 6+ months depending on your usage.
- Answered by Michael A from Westfield
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I have had my iPad since the start of November 2019, an now its just started to wear where I need a new tip. However I did put a paper like screen protector on at the start of March which has made the tip wear significantly faster and I have a heavy hand.
- Answered by Kayleigh M
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I draw alot on my ipad and I can say it lasts around 9-10 months of normal usage. It might last for shorter period of time if handled rougher and more frequent.
- Answered by Philip L from Koyacho
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If you use a paperlike screen protection it will last 2-3 months if used a little bit daily. I used it for drawing and the tip was to be changed pretty quickly. Without a screen protector though it will last you longer. I never had to change it with my previous ipad pro (the 10.5 inch). Two tips lasted me for the two whole years I had it. Though, there are some weeks were I wouldn't use it.
- Answered by Marie-laurence M from Boucherville
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How long approx. will a tip last? When will I be able to buy just new tips?
- Asked by Elizabeth A from Indianapolis
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