I've often thought that what I really want Apple to deliver is experiences that stop me needing to give someone else money - Dropbox (nearly but not until all my Apple devices give me folder access), Evernote (Notes is getting better but not there yet), Spotify (once Apple Music plays on my Sonos)...you get the idea. So the latest question for me is this. I'm an IT director in a large bank. I spend perhaps five hours a day in meetings, and having tried the lot I've settled on the A4 moleskine or leuchterm notebooks, as much for the fact that the paper lies flat in A4 in a way that it doesn't in A5 as for the size of the surface. If you've used the Apple Pencil with the iPad Pro, I'd be interested to know whether you think it could replace my moleskine as my normal note taking platform - is the handwriting capture fast enough to feel sufficiently like a normal pen? My assumption is that I'd use either Notes or Evernote to take meeting notes, one note per meeting. It wouldn't do anything super-clever like handwriting recognition but it would give me a dated log and if I used Evernote the posts would be taggable, which would be a big improvement on paper. If I multitasked I could also transcribe actions into Reminders (or OmniFocus once that works with split screen). Thoughts? I'm going to have a play in the store at some point but I'd be very interested if you've managed to get hands on already.