Apple’s New Pencil Gives You Tough Competition While You Try To Break It

Posted: Nov 20 2015, 10:14pm CST | by , in News | Apple

Apple’s New Pencil Gives You A Tough Competition While You Try To Break It
Zach Straley

You will have hard time breaking the Apple Pencil into two.

As soon as a new phone, tablet or a laptop enters the market, every other tech expert starts to prove that there is a problem with a screen, or the bending is not as flexible as claimed and so on.

Similarly, when the latest iPad Pro was launched,the same tech gurus dropped the device to see if it would turn into pieces or not.

Last week, Apple Pencil was launched. Different owners have now started to give their best to break the stylus into two.

All those who wanted to prove the fragility of the device, will be very sorry to hear the mentioned news.

Anyone who has used the new pencil has testified that not only is it amazing to use but its design, visuals and the way it handles easily is a wonder.

The Apple Pencil is built very strongly with amazing technology that it is close to impossible to break.

When the Pencil was launched, many people were bickering that the pencil will soon end up destroying due to the external attachment to the iPad.

The pencil attached externally when pairing and charging. As per the new video by Zach Straley, the usual standard process when applied to break any gadgets has failed to destroy the pencil in a blink of an eye.

But, on the other hand, after applying sheer force and tons of pressure, the pencil gave in to the effort and broke into two.

A number of people have used this pencil already, and have given the positive reviews.

The art and illustration the pencil offers easily and smoothly is praised by many.

For those who don’t know, the new pencil was Apple’s first attempt at building any product of this nature.

Apple has left us all impressed and we can expect much more from the company in the near future.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.




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