Apple - Apple Pencil for iPad Pro - White

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The new Multi-Touch subsystem in iPad Pro gives Apple Pencil striking capabilities alongside pixel perfect precision. Using incredibly sensitive pressure and tilt sensors, Apple Pencil instantly recognizes when you are pressing harder or shifting its angle. So you can vary line weight, create subtle shading, and produce a wide range of artistic effects — just like with a conventional pencil.
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5
Unbelievable Posted by: from: on I had been looking around for a possible drawing tablet to use with my Mac, and ended up getting an iPad Pro 12.9" and an Apple Pencil. These two things together work absolutely unbelievably well. The function of the pencil itself as a stylus is very responsive, lag-free, and the pressure/angle sensitivity is phenominal. Pair it with a good drawing app (There are some to use it with a Mac, but I have not tried such a thing yet) and it'll blow your mind (I've been using Procreate.) The main worry I had with the pencil is the way to charge it. Plugging it into the lightning port on the ipad to where it just juts out seems very dangerous, and it still worries me, but the pencil actually comes with a female-to-female lightning connector so you can charge it with the same cable as the iPad (definitely a relief,) so you only need to plug it into the iPad itself briefly to pair it. Keep in mind that you need an iPad Pro to use this, but it was definitely a good idea on my part.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

4
Makes the iPad Pro a complete product! Posted by: from: on The Apple Pencil, or any stylus for that matter, extends the Ipad Pro's usability by a huge margin. The Apple Pencil is exactly what you would expect from Apple - a product that is well built and screams quality while achieving the requirements of a stylus. The pencil can be used just like a normal pencil on paper with different gradients of shading and drawing possible. Coming to the negatives, the Pencil's charging methods are somewhat weird. You either attach the pencil to the iPad or you connect it to a lightning cable through a tiny adapter that is very easy to misplace unless you're super careful. This should be changed and made a lot more convenient for users. And while the Apple Pencil is a fantastic product, I'm not really sure it warrants a price tag of $99.

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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Love/hate relationship Posted by: from: Grand Junction, CO on The love part first - it's a precision instrument and it makes using the iPad Pro a delight, particularly with drawing programs that utilize it. The feel of it is smooth; it's like a pencil but with substantial heft to it. The hate part is that it wasn't designed to be part and parcel of the iPad Pro. I lost the white cap, almost immediately. To charge it in the iPad means it sticks straight out from the screen and invites a disaster should you put any real pressure against it. I recommend charging it with a cable and the supplied "gender" changer. Finally, if you transport your iPad with you very much you have to decide where you're going to keep this pencil. I have lost it more than once and there's no "find me" feature that helps out. I purchased a sleeve that has a band that goes around the Smart Cover but the pencil slides right out of the sleeve (hopefully into my backpack). It's a clever piece of equipment but it really requires you to take care not to lose pieces and parts and just to keep track of it. Not an integral part of the iPad Pro design, I'm thinking.

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

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I Love My Apple Pencil but... Posted by: from: on I've been using a Jot stylus for years and I couldn't lean my palm on the iPad while taking notes which makes it hard to write (and harder to read). The Apple Pencil works well with palm rejection so I can write like I was using a real pencil on paper (what's that?) My complaints are: 1- It should have come with a removable pocket clip (I had to take one from an old mechanical pencil) 2- It should use magnetic induction to charge rather than plugging it into the iPad Pro which seems like it might break off . 3 - The cap will most likely get lost after a while, either when charging it or just carrying it in a bag. It should have just been a twist or pull to extend it out for charging. 4- Where can I keep that tiny Lightning adapter where it won't get lost? What a bad idea. Jonny Ive must have had a bad day when he came up with that idea. Don't get me wrong, I love it, but Apple Pencil 2.0 will be lots better, I'm sure.

11 out of 12 found this review helpful.

5
Best "Stylus" Ever! Posted by: from: on I am admittedly an Apple fan. I'm a graphic designer and have typically used a Wacom Cintiq tablet paired with my Retina MacBook Pro or my iMac. When the original iPad came out, I had dreamed of creating amazing art with it. I was wrong and it was pure junk for artists. Years later, enter the iPad Pro. I had actually been shopping for Microsoft Surface Pro tablets but found mixed reviews and I'm not a fan of Windows. I got my hands on the iPad Pro on launch day but had to search high and low for the Apple Pencil. I'm so glad I did! Very low latency..almost none on certain apps. The feel is fantastic and pressure sensitivity is perfect. There are no settings for the Pencil but luckily Apple nailed it so I don't have the need to adjust it at all. That said, I've had it a few days now and I'm in love. I'm creating cool art on the fly for my clients and just having fun drawing again. It's been a really long time since art was this fun. I know $99 isn't cheap for a "stylus" but this one is worth every penny. I hope this helps some potential buyers that may be on the fence. Will you magically be transformed into an award winning artist? No way. Will you love using it if you enjoy art? Absolutely!

17 out of 18 found this review helpful.

4
Works as described Posted by: from: on The pen works as described when using compatible programs/apps. I personally don't like having to charge the pen through the iPad Pro charging port. The iPad tells you when there is 5% battery life left on the pen. The pen doesn't seem to sap too much battery from the iPad while charging...that is good as I've been disappointed with the battery life of the iPad...The cap over the charging end on the pen is held on by slight magnetic pull. It is easily knocked off so you want to be careful not to lose it. Also, there is no place to store the pen with the iPad or the keyboard...it will hold somewhat to the magnetic strip on the keyboard, but a simple gentle shake will dislodge it. Needs a holder like the Surface Pro or something similar.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

4
Apple pencil does work well Posted by: from: Rialto, ca on I own the surface 3 and the surface pen. I used both at the same time to see the difference. There's a big difference in using the surface pen tap icons, close out programs, etc, and it is hard to get it to recognize, the pencil is rights ways, spot on. I do regret getting the surface pen, and, I use the Apple pencil for everything, and it "just works'. It makes it much easier to correct text, because, you can point the the incorrect word or etc, and it goes with no issue. Unlike using your finger to go back. Forgive me if I don't make sense, getting older and have memory issues. It's exspensive, though, it really does run smooth without any noticeable lags. Got a UAG case with pencil holder and it is great, especially the kickstand. Like everyone else, I'm afraid I'll lose the top or charger connection as they are both so tiny. This charges very fast, runs out when not in use, but takes around 20 minutes plugged into iPad to charge fully. I am very happy with my setup.

13 out of 16 found this review helpful.

5
Awesome tool for artists! Posted by: from: San Jose, Ca on 5 solid stars as it is a product well designed, solid product made from apple. It truly is a precise device! The design is simple but it just works. I'm still learning how to use it but as an old sign artist who makes signs for Trader Joe's, I'm all about the digital era and seeing if this is something I can use for when making signs at the store level of things. It's a pretty rad device. Works as described and very precise. The only thing that got me was charging when low on battery VIA the lightning port was crazy and beyond me. What if someone ran into it and it broke? Luckily Apple DID throw in a female to female adapter for the Apple Pencil to charge. Although the piece is small enough to loose and the downside is having to carry your extra charger with you. BUT apple saves the day again with a promise of a 15 second charge can provide 30 minutes of use. How awesome is that? Although it's a claim really, I haven't really checked it out. But I like this device, pairs well with the iPad pro :) I recommend this to friends who have the Pro or plan on buying one. I just wish maybe it's worth more so $69 in my opinion, not $99...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

5
UN-BE-LIE-VA-BLE Posted by: from: San Antonio, TX on I purchased an iPad Pro 9.7 as soon as they came out. I am very happy with that purchase. I thought, eh, I won't need the Apple Pencil. Was I wrong. And maybe "need" is too strong a word. I wasn't considering one to purchase, but I bought one so I could take notes by hand in meetings. That is my preferred method. I was astounded at how easily it set up and how smooth the interaction is between the iPad and the Pencil - almost zero latency. It is a great item. I use it all the time now. I definitely write with it, which is by far the best stylus I have ever used, but doing art or anything else is also a breeze. If you like to use a stylus there is no substitute. The Apple Pencil is definitely the best.

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

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Baffled by the hype Posted by: from: on I bought this item unaware of what it really was. In the end all it ended up being was an over priced stylus. I don't understand what is so great about it. I tried convincing myself that it would grow on me but for $100 I decided it was too expensive for me to hopefully one day like it. I took it back the next day and couldn't be happier. Now for actual review. Yes it was responsive when you would touch the screen. Yay, but that's common of any stylus I've ever used. I got annoyed quickly while in class trying to take notes with it tho and how it would skip in the middle of writing. I would have to use cursive to get it to write clearly which isn't something I am particularly fond of. I was also required to write bigger than what I am accustomed to otherwise the letters were illegible. Overall I thought the pencil was booty and couldn't find an actual use for it.

4 out of 9 found this review helpful.

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