Apple Pencil 2 reportedly comes with gesture support

Apple will be holding an event on October 30 where the company is expected to announce a new iPad Pro. Apart from a new iPad, we would like to see more things from Apple at the event. One such thing lies in a new Apple Pencil. In reality, the Apple Pencil is one of the best highlights of the iPad Pro lineup, but Apple made it official on its standard 9.7-inch tablet.

With the Apple Pencil, you can quickly stretch your ideas or take notes on your iPad’s screen. In March, Apple unveiled a new iPad at its education event in an order to expand its presence in schools. Apple is expecting to ship more than 5 million iPad units by the end of the year. Sources claim that the new iPad Pro will come with the impressive features and changes at launch, like a bigger display, Face ID, or top notch.


According to reports, the second generation Apple Pencil will include support for gestures at launch, allowing you to quickly perform some magic tricks. Tech experts say that users will be able to change their brush sizes or colors of the new stylus. However, the upcoming stylus will still feature a physical button which would help trigger gestures. Some reports claim that the second generation Apple Pencil will feature Bluetooth connectivity this year. This allows the Pencil to perform some tricks ranging from the ability to open the Camera to controlling music playbacks. In reality, a stylus with Bluetooth is not something out there as we have seen something similar from Samsung.

The coolest part is that the next generation Apple Pencil will work with all the current iPad Pro, so you won’t need to spend some cash. However, it may include some exclusive features that set it apart from its predecessors. Apart from an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil, Apple is expected to announce a new MacBook Air at the event. This is something that’s been demanded for years as the Air lineup has not seen a major hardware upgrade for years. Sources say that the next MacBook Air might feature a Retina display, making it the first in the series with this screen technology on the market.

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