According to a recent report, this year the first iPhone may offer Apple Pencil support. Will this help the 5.8 inch or 6.5 inch iPhone in 2018 after 2018 iPad of $ 329 was updated to work with $ 99 accessories earlier this year?
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Apple's speculation iPhone's pencil support has been on for years now. Some ideas came to be supported after Tim Cook erroneously referred to the use of Apple Pencil in 2016 prior to the launch of the iPhone 7/7 Plus.
Since then, we've seen a number of patents on the use of iPhones with accessories and a single report on the possibilities of a smaller size Apple Pencil.
Samsung's Galaxy Note series has a built-in stylus since the first generation debuted on the 5.3-inch screen in 2011. The company's latest version, "Note 9", has a 6.4-inch screen with the latest S Pen stylus that you can use to snap pictures and control presentations. Samsung used even the current shortage of Apple Pencil support on the iPhone as a material for the Ingenius ad series.
But Samsung has an S pen with a notebook device, but the latest report does not mention anything about the Apple Pencil included in the 5.8 inch or 6.5 inch OLED model that it is said to support. This allows users with compatible iPads to get $ 100 accessories, but users can not adopt Apple Pencil with iPhone support alone. Especially with $ 11 you can get a high-performance basic stylus with fine chips. Of course, you can find valuable support on existing Apple Pencil user base.
When Tim Cook slipped and mentioned the use of the iPhone's Apple Pencil, 33% of 9 to 5 Mac readers said it was using "definitely"