If you intend to use your iPad for drawing or taking notes, now is a good time to purchase an Apple Pencil. The second-generation Apple Pencil is currently available from Amazon for a record-low $89, or a savings of $40.
When you have a tablet that is compatible and want a high-end stylus, it’s an easy choice even if you’re thinking about cheaper third-party alternatives.
Low lag, double-tap tool controls, and the most creative flexibility of any iPad pen are provided by the second-generation Pencil. And most importantly, it’s one of the easiest choices. You will need an iPad Air, iPad mini, or iPad Pro that is relatively recent, but the magnetic charger on the side of those tablets makes it simple to store your stylus while it is powered. There is no need to worry about cables or purchase a case with a pen slot.
If your iPad base model is the most recent model or an earlier model that does not support the second-generation Apple Pencil, you need not be concerned.
The first-generation Apple Pencil is also on sale for a record-breaking $79, or $20 off. Although it lacks tap control and is harder to charge (the new iPad comes with a USB-C adapter), it is still one of the best options for drawing and handwriting on supported tablets.
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