The Apple Pencil came into the market being a fantastic tool with its smart and artistic performance. Using the Pencil is quite entertaining and creative in a sense for drawing sketches, making notes and simply for writing text. Apple has currently put the Pencil out of shelves for many good reasons. The lucky users who have ordered it in first place may get delivery by next month.
Following the talks about the delay and limited availability of Apple Pencil we found a number of reasons being quoted. According to some, Apple is testing out the response for its Stylus as it is yet to be decided that weather Apple users come out to be positive with it or not. Thus after checking out the proportion of Stylus users with new iPad Pro users Apple may make further developments.
Like the complicated tasks reportedly done by the stylus, the Apple Pencil is also a complicated build. A report based on an alleged teardown of the Pencil shows it with tiny and neatly placed parts inside. The motherboard is found a tiny peace that is folded to fit the size. The Li-ion battery is also made tubular and a little twisted to fit the space. And lastly the artistic pencil nip is made with numerous tiny ticks that give it perfect pressure sensitivity.
Thus, with a complicated build and tiresome disassembling the Apple Pencil is found a hard gadget to repair. However considering the amazing performance and artistic tricks done with the Pencil the build complexity is quite understandable. This makes it a perfect tool to use for a number of tasks on the large display of the iPad Pro. With perfect palm rejection, writing angles and pressure recognition Apple promises to give you feels and performance of a pencil in real time.