The Apple Pencil will be compatible with the iPhone X and X Plus of 2018 -


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Thursday, 16 August 2018

The Apple Pencil will be compatible with the iPhone X and X Plus of 2018

In September, Apple will hold an event in which it will present its new range of smartphones. Rumor has it that the company unveils three devices, one of them being the second generation of the iPhone X, a larger model of this and one with relatively cheap LCD screen. According to the Taiwanese newspaper Economic Daily News , the range caps could incorporate support for the Apple Pencil .

More sources confirm the operation of the Apple Pencil with the next iPhone

The report, which cites "infiltrators in the industry", ensures that the Apple Pencil will only have support for the iPhone with OLED screen . This means that the third smartphone, which will mount a 6.1-inch LCD screen, will not be compatible with the accessory. A few days ago, the Taiwanese firm TrendForce shared the same information .

If this rumor is reached, it will be the first time that Apple, in the 11 years that the iPhone exists, makes a stylus compatible with its smartphones . Maybe to fight Samsung Galaxy Note 9. It is unknown if a smaller version will be released to match the terminals, as the original Apple Pencil could be too big.

On whether a stylus is necessary on a mobile phone, there are conflicting opinions . For design professionals, it may be an interesting accessory to express ideas quickly on the mobile screen. For the rest of users, an addition that, probably, they will not use more than a couple of times to prove it and in case of boredom.

The Apple Pencil is the perfect substitute for graphite pencil

Those of Cupertino presented it in November of 2015 along with the original iPad Pro of 12.9 inches . Since then, it works with all the professional models of the tablet, and with the sixth generation, a low-cost variant focused on the educational market.

It is designed to mimic the sensations of using a pencil or pen . Thanks to its internal sensors, it allows detecting the orientation, angle and pressure exerted. In the iPad Pro, it operates at 240Hz for minimum latency.

Via MacRumors

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