Do you think Pencil support will ever come to Macbooks? My job uses heavy duty OS X drawing applications that won't be coming to iOS any time soon, if ever. For years I've been wanting a powerful standalone OS X drawing machine to handle these applications, as I move around a lot and often have to work on the go. But alas, I've been disappointed year after year. Here are the current options I know of, most of which I've already tried or am trying: 1. portable cintiq + MBP (Not standalone; did this for years amd it's a pain at best and impossible in some circumstances) 2. iPad Pro + MBP via Astropad (Not standalone; also no dual display which is a kick in the nuts) 3. Cintiq Companion (I have this now, but it's underpowered for some of my applications, has horrible battery-life, and I've run into too many Windows-related problems) 4. Surface Book (It's Windows, on top of which I heard it has a lot of issues, and it's underpowered--although it does have a dGPU; also I tried the SP3 for awhile, and if the drawing experience on the SB is similar, it's nowhere as good as any of the other options) 5. SP4 (It's Windows, underpowered, and if it's like SP3 the drawing is sub-par) 6. Modbook Pro (It's underpowered, and it's from an obscure company which means ongoing support is uncertain) All of these have deal/heart-breaking compromises. I believe the only ideal solution for me would be a MBP that supports Pencil. But I realize that raises other issues. What would the form factor be (clamshell/tablet/convertible)? And would the OS have to change? I don't really want touch input, but if there's pencil input, there might have to be touch input as well. Thoughts? Will this ever happen? Or is this far off course from Apple's current trajectory? Any other options I don't know of?