Earlier this week, a report showed that this year's iPhone could come with Apple Pencil support. And now there's another report saying the same. Credit: Shutterstock The Economic Daily News says that Apple plans to offer Apple PC support in two new iPhones this year. Both the 5th, 8-inch iPhone X and the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus will support Apple pencil, according to the report, as cited sources. Apple apparently decided to support Apple pencil in the cheaper, LCD-based iPhone X. [1
Apple has offered Apple pen on iPad Pro and now iPad 9.7-inch iPad. The style is designed to allow you to digitally print on the screen and annotate the documents. Apple has designed
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Some critics have claimed that Apple artificially restricts the use of iPad and there is no reason that it could not work on other devices. Even Apple's CEO Tim Cook has suggested that Apple Pencil could work well on iPhone.
Getting Apple Pencil Support for iPhone X and iPhone X Plus would not necessarily be a groundbreaking addition. However, it would put Apple in direct competition with Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, which comes with a stylus.
This report and the earlier this week from the well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, does not suggest that iPhones will actually come with an Apple pencil like the Galaxy Note. Instead, Apple will turn on Apple Pencil support and will probably force you to purchase the pins separately to take advantage of the features.
But it does not rule out the possibility that a mini Apple pencil may be in the works. 19659004] The movement will be the latest in a wide range of tweaks Apple makes on their iPhone this year. The 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, for example, is new and reports indicate that the company will support storage for 512GB. The 6.1-inch LCD-based iPhone would also be new to the lineup and cost a lot less than the OLED-based options, from $ 699.
Apple is of course silent on the plans. But the company is expected to uncover the new iPhones in September.