The new iPad Pro gets a Stylus along with the Smart Keyboard
Apple launched new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus yesterday. A new iPad- iPad Pro was also launched alongside the new phones.
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As usual, Apple has again released some accessories to pair along with its new devices.
For the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, Apple has added some new colors for leather and silicone cases.
The Silicone range includes Stone, White, Charcoal Gray, Antique White, Turquoise, Blue, Midnight Blue, Red, Lavender, Orange, and Pink.
The leather range includes Saddle Brown, Midnight Blue, Rose Gray, Black and Brown, color options. The silicone cases are priced at $35 while leather cases are available for $45.
These cases are only designed for the 6S and 6S Plus thick body.
The new iPhone 6S will now have a dock that can just be placed on a desk for charging. The docks are machined out of solid aluminum.
The dock is available in the space gray, gold, silver, and the new rose gold options. It can be connected through the lightening connector.
They also have a headphone at the back for connecting to speakers or headphones. The Lightening dock is available at $49.
The dock can work with both iPhone 6S and 6S plus and also with the old iPhones.
Apple also announced a new stylus. It will only work with the new iPad Pro.
The stylus is actively powered and features pressure sensitivity and tilt detection.
It can be pressed to adjust the thickness of the strokes. The iPad Pro scans the signal at 240Hz instead of the standard 120Hz for fingers.
The battery is internal which can be charged through a lightning connector. The connector needs to be plugged directly to the iPad Pro.
The battery provides constant 12 hours of use with a full charge. It can work for around 30 minutes after just 15 seconds of charging. The Apple Pencil can be purchased for $99.
The Smart Keyboard protects the screen when folded down and serves as both a kickstand and keyboard when folded out.
Apple said that the keyboard used the same kind of dome switches as the Retina MacBook. The fabric covering the keys also makes it feel quite a bit different than the smooth plastic of the MacBook keyboards.
The keyboard docks to the Smart Connector on the left edge of the device, which handles both power and data.
There's a conductive layer of fabric between the top and bottom of the cover carries enough power and data to serve the Smart Keyboard.
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The Smart Keyboard costs $169 and is only available for the iPad Pro.