After launching the iPhone 8 products and features. Now people are already looking forward towards iPhone 9 launch. So, what have people looking ahead so far? Apple Pencil, obviously!
I realize what you’re thinking. Now Apple Pencil just works with the iPad Pro. You’re not wrong in case you’re thinking that. In some situation rumors of Apple Pencil coming to the iPhone and non-Pro iPad models are just the same old thing new and it appears like these rumors are beginning to pick up steam. So, Apple has noticed new licenses that appear to help the Apple Pencil could be going to the iPhone and base model iPad.
Now the important is that the Apple Pencil is as of now a current item. Dislike we’re talking about some product concept here. Apple has the plan and innovation essentially prepared to go which is always a huge problem between making a patent go from concept to reality. And be sure, the iPhone 9 is going to be a guaranteed release as well. We don’t know if it will be called the iPhone 9 or the iPhone Pro or the iPhone 8S but we also know that Apple will launch a new smartphone next fall like they do each and every year.
Tim Cook has been said about Apple Pencil and the iPhone.
“If you’ve ever seen what can be created with that pencil on an iPad or an iPhone, it’s really unbelievable.” This Time Cook word not mine
The relief of Apple Pencil for iPhone would some pressure on Samsung and their dominion on the smartphone stylus market. No other big name flagship comes with a stylus like the S Pen. And obviously Apple’s opportunity to knock Samsung off their perch and take back some market share.
The time is to now we need to think about how much the Apple Pencil will expand the iPhone 9 launch price. The iPhone 8 is supposed to be coming in at an amazing $999 for the base storage configuration. Same as that Apple would offer the Pencil independently from the iPhone 9, much like they do with the iPad Pro.
With these all these as we mentioned our previous article or in this article. It makes a lot of sense to have Apple Pencil support is ready for the iPhone 9 launch. And all this gives Apple a whole year to figure out pricing and manufacturing policy. That will be a hard offer for Apple. The hardcore Apple fans won’t reconsider yet the normal buyer may begin sweating simply considering the cost.
At the danger of losing track of the main issue at hand. What do you consider Apple Pencil support for future iPhone models? Would that make you more likely to purchase or does it not of the imagination factor into your basic leadership