And the Apple Pencil for the MacBook by when?

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The latest rumor that is running like wildfire on the web is that the new iPhone of 2018, which Apple will present in September, would be the first iPhone that was compatible with an Apple Pencil. This would give a lot to talk about and is that the first thing Steve Jobs said when he introduced the original iPhone in 2007 was that the best pointer to control the iPhone was the finger, so we would have ten possible pointers. 

However, with the arrival of the iPad, everything that was black began to turn into gray and over the years and the arrival of the iPad Pro, the time came that the Cupertino people put on the market a new product called Apple Pencil. 

Now, I'm afraid Apple is going to follow Samsung's trail with the Galaxy Note and will include an Apple Pencil for the first time. Nothing is known about whether what will come is that the iPhone is simply compatible with the current Apple Pencil or that Apple already has a new, smaller and improved Apple Pencil in production. 

However, I keep wondering, and the Apple Pencil for the MacBook by when? It's been a long time since I was commenting on the possibility that Apple was planning the compatibility of the Apple Pencil in the tremendous Trackpads of the new MacBook Pro. Now, with this rumor, all these aspects that may or may not see the light are again available. Do you think that will come one day?

In just under a month we will leave doubts about what Apple really has in store for us.


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