Apple Patent Reveals New Features for Apple Pencil 3


Apple is planning to come up with the most innovative device and the third edition of its Apple Pencil i.e. Apple Pencil 3. The layout design or the patent of Apple’s new Apple Pencil is all set to bring a set of innovative features.

Apple’s existing Pencil edition comes with double-tap feature, but the new edition of Apple Pencil to bring an innovative gesture recognization feature. This new feature will be able to recognize gestures such as swiping, double-tapping and more. The new feature will be used by the new touch-sensitive control.

According to a new patent filed by Apple, the new edition of Apple Pencil will be using a flexible sensor. The flexible sensor will be located on the fingertip of the users. This fingertips will receive tactile inputs from the users’ fingertips. Basically, it’s a touch-based input for the stylus.

When the user uses an Apple Pencil of any other Stylus, they are actually touching the screen of the iPad or the other iOS device using this new Pencil or Stylus.

Apart from the new gesture recognition feature, the new Apple Pencil will come with an advanced capacitive sensor. This will be exactly the same sensor which is being used by the devices on their Fingerprint Sensors and or Touch ID buttons. This capacitive sensor will act the same.

The third noticeable update you will see on the next-generation Apple Pencil would be all-in-one functionality. The Apple Pencil will be able to add all the inputs. The external devices need to add one more processor or a power supply to receive the inputs from the Pencil.

In a nutshell, Apple is planning to bring the most innovative technologies in the next generation of Apple Pencil. The Pencil would be studded with a bunch of extra-ordinary and advanced sensors. All the sensors will be located in different parts of the Pencil. The main sensor will be located on the fingertip position. Compared to the previous edition, the new Apple Pencil will be adding a host of new features and functions.

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