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Apple Pencil Pro expands the capabilities of the iPad’s stylus

It was no surprise that Apple focused on the Apple Pencil during its major iPad event on Tuesday. All the signs were there, pointing to a new stylus for the OLED iPad Pro and iPad Air 6 with potentially game-changing features. The leaks even revealed a new name, Apple Pencil Pro, which seemed fitting for the improved stylus.

Our expectations were confirmed. During the event, Apple unveiled the Apple Pencil Pro, customized for the OLED iPad Pro tablets.

The $129 Apple Pencil Pro targets professionals who choose the OLED iPad Pro. Nevertheless, this new stylus is also compatible with the iPad Air 6 models that Apple introduced on Tuesday.

Introducing new features and gestures, the latest stylus lets you squeeze and rotate the Apple Pencil. These enhancements unlock additional editing options not previously available with earlier Apple Pencil models.

When you squeeze the Apple Pencil Pro, the new sensor activates the tool palette, allowing you to seamlessly select the tools you need without interrupting your workflow. You can adjust colors or switch tools effortlessly, so you don’t have to go to a separate menu.

The gyroscope allows Apple Pencil Pro to adapt to your movements and dynamically change the orientation of the pen or brush you use with the stylus.

In addition, the transition feature allows you to preview the orientation of the tool before you start drawing or writing.

In addition, Apple Pencil Pro includes a custom haptic engine that provides feedback for actions such as squeezing, double-tapping, or performing other gestures.

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Developers have the ability to customize Apple Pencil Pro experience to suit their editing or drawing applications and potentially enhance their favorite applications even more.

While the Apple Pencil Pro is priced at $129, it may not be affordable. However, loss or theft would undoubtedly be inconvenient. Fortunately, this new stylus introduces Find My Support, the first stylus for iPad.

Finally, Apple Pencil Pro conveniently pairs and charges using a new magnetic interface located on the side of an OLED iPad Pro or iPad Air 6.

During the OLED iPad Pro event, Apple didn’t hint at any AI features coming with iPadOS 18 that would be integrated with the new Apple Pencil Pro. We’ll have to wait a few more weeks for WWDC 2024, where Apple will delve into next-generation AI features developed for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

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