The Apple Pencil is still an optional attachment for iPad users, despite Samsung including an S Pen that has Galaxy Tab S8 tablet.
Apple is currently making the Pencil usable with all of the latest models. Previously just the top-end devices could use it.
However, is it worth the extra $99–129 spent? This is what it can accomplish and why you would want to pay for it.
What is the apple pencil capable of?
But actually, it comes in useful for things when your finger is simply too sloppy and you need more accuracy. Consequently, surfing the internet as well as some trickier programs and games become much more enjoyable.
The Apple Pencil, however, is more than simply a finger substitute for the iPad. As the name implies, it is primarily a tool for writing and sketching, with Apple attempting to simulate the feel of a pen on paper that’s very different from tapping on a computer.
That said it isn’t as real as e-ink notebooks because glass isn’t at all similar to paper. But compared to your finger, it is far more flexible, has no discernible latency, and has pressure sensitivity, allowing you to press more forcefully for a deeper line or softly for a softer impression.
The iPad’s palm rejection allows you to lay your palm on the display without creating a digital smudge and to shade using the border of the tip.
Other than for artistic purposes, it’s excellent for taking notes in conferences when writing on the integrated keyboard will require much longer. You could use yours to sign contracts, saving you the trouble of printing, signing, and scanning, plus you can annotate screenshots and documents in PDF as you go. You may use it as a virtual whiteboard for demonstrations by using HDMI or AirPlay to link it to a Television.
Do you want to get an Apple pencil?
The Apple Pencil’s genius makes it an obvious choice if you’re any type of digital artist.
Yes, it’s a pricey add-on, but in my opinion, it’s worthwhile. You may even test out an external stylus for relatively cheap if you’re unsure if it’s right for you.
Do you require a certain apple pencil?
Both the first-generation and the second-generation Apple Pencils are available for purchase, which is confusing.
You do not have an option as to what you receive unless you have not yet purchased an iPad. Your choice is predetermined by the type of iPad you own, as just one Apple Pencil (or nothing, if your tablet is quite ancient) will be compatible.
What makes these gadgets a popular selling aspect?
All Apple Pencil models (อุปกรณ์เสริม Apple Pencil ครบทุกอย่าง, term in Thai) have the same fundamental features.Apart from aesthetics, the biggest distinction between the two is how they charge: the second generation wirelessly charges by attaching to the gadget, whereas the first version uses the iPad’s Lightning connection and looks like an inflated lollypop.Another little selling aspect is that you can switch between tools by tapping on the side.