Solid evidence points to Apple Pencil 3 participating in the Find My network, allowing you to see its location on the map in the Find My app.
The third-generation Apple Pencil with USB-C charging is now available to order from Apple for $79, with first deliveries starting November 3.
As you likely recall, Apple recently announced a new Apple Pencil (USB-C) that cuts out some of the premium features so entry-level users can get their feet wet with the Apple Pencil experience for around half the price of the Apple Pencil 2.
Now that the Apple Pencil lineup has become ever more complicated with the introduction of the all-new Apple Pencil (USB-C), many of you are probably wondering what model you should get for your iPad or iPad Pro.
Following a lot of speculation, Apple on Tuesday announced an all-new Apple Pencil with an integrated USB-C port that can be used with certain iPad and iPad Pro models as an input and drawing device. Available starting early November, the Apple Pencil (USB-C) is also the most affordable Apple Pencil offering to date.
The third-generation Apple Pencil has USB-C charging but lacks some of the features available on the more expensive models.
The new Apple Pencil has a USB-C port for charging hidden behind a cap. It costs just $79, but the low price comes at the expense of several features.
If you’re a 2018 or newer iPad Pro user, and you’ve been looking for a good alternative to the Apple Pencil 2 to reduce costs, but also don’t want to skimp on quality and features, then a new product from ZAGG called the Pro Stylus 2 should be on your radar.
A Find My Apple Pencil feature could be in the works, but it's probably going to require a future stylus from Apple capable of vibrating when nearby.
An unreleased third-generation Apple Pencil featuring optical sensors for detecting a surface's color and texture has been detailed in a patent filing.
Instead of having to carry your iPad stylus along with a mouse/trackpad everywhere you go, why not carry just one thing? That's exactly the biggest selling point of a cool Adonit stylus so we have asked our videographer, Harris Craycraft, to create a video to tell you all about it.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday published a bunch of newly granted patents for Apple, and among them is one that describes an apparent next-generation Apple Pencil stylus that includes haptic feedback and supports both the iPhone and iPad.