Ok thanks!Be careful to not be in search of a solution when you don’t have a problem. I am a teacher, and use the Pencil to write things down and project them to my TVs for students. It’s a fairly niche use. Outside of that, once in a while, I use it for coloring books. But that’s it. If you don’t have a use case in mind, it is unlikely you need a Pencil or would get much out it.
How do I know if a certain app has pencil support please? Do I have to email every developer of the apps I want to use the pencil in ?And that could be a legitimate use case. Especially with the quick notes feature of iOS 11. Personally, my iPad doesn’t occupy that space in my life. I have a paper planner for those types of things.
Not really. Then again, I'm quite used to the onscreen keyboard and I make use of dictation quite often.It just seems quicker to write something down with the pencil at least on the iPad than using the onboard keyboard.
Some times I think iPad users who purchased the iPad Pro feel the need to purchase the Apple Pencil as an accessory because they think Think they will take advantage of it, when in some cases they don't.I am one of those people who bought the pencil when it came out and then left it in a drawer for months. Then I found GoodNotes and started using it. Until you find yourself a use for the pencil, well it is useless. Though the Pencil is what turned the iPP to more than a regular iPad for me, even more than the ASK which i also purchased when it came out. ASK still made a god stand though, better than the smart cover.
Now i can't have my iPP without the pencil, without it the iPP feels...less