Apple has officially unveiled the new iteration of their Apple Pencil, which came as a surprise to many. Instead of being called the Apple Pencil 3, it is simply referred to as the new Apple Pencil.
One of the key selling points of the Apple Pencil is its more affordable price compared to the previous models, Apple Pencil 1 and Apple Pencil 2. Additionally, it now utilizes a USB-C port for charging. The design cleverly conceals the port with a sliding cap at the end of the stylus, ensuring a seamless and sleek appearance. Furthermore, the stylus has a magnetic feature that automatically enters a low-power mode when attached to an iPad, conserving energy.
Apple states that the new Apple Pencil is most suitable for use with the iPad 10th Gen, as it features a USB-C port. However, it can also be used with other iPad models that have a USB-C port, albeit with some limitations in certain features such as pressure sensitivity and double-tap functionality.
The new Apple Pencil is priced at 3,190 Baht and will be available for purchase at the beginning of November. This price point makes it more budget-friendly compared to the Apple Pencil 1 (3,900 Baht) and Apple Pencil 2 (4,990 Baht).
TLDR: Apple has unveiled the new Apple Pencil, which offers an affordable price and utilizes a USB-C port for charging. Its sleek design hides the port with a sliding cap, and it automatically enters a low-power mode when attached to an iPad. The new Apple Pencil is best suited for the iPad 10th Gen, but can also be used with other iPad models that have a USB-C port. It is priced at 3,190 Baht, making it more economical than its predecessors.