This Tuesday (18th), the apple announced their new 10th generation iPads, marking the beginning of USB-C on your entry-level tablet. However, the novelty leaves the “Unusable” 1st Generation Apple Pencil, since it has a Lighting input. Fortunately, for 99 reais, Apple solves the problem with an adapter — but only for the iPad 10.
USB-C Adoption Is Publicly Approved (and by the European Union), but it was expected that some compatibility “issues” would arise between Apple devices. who has one Apple Pencil 1st generation and intends to change iPad needs to be aware of a few points.
USB-C to Apple Pencil Adapter
At some point in my life, I heard someone say that the can opener was invented right after the can—a huge lie to talk about the importance of the inventive spirit. In fact, it took almost 50 years to create the can opener.
THE applecontrary to the botched metaphor, released the USB-C adapter for Apple Pencil next to the new iPad with USB-C input. Outside, the accessory costs 9 dollars. Here it is costing 99 reais and does not work with iPad Air and iPad Pro — only with iPad 10.
If you have a Apple Pencil first generation and want to switch to iPad Air launching this year, you will have to buy a new pen. You can’t have everything in life, can you?
The accessory is paired and recharged by connecting it to the iPad. Thus, it is necessary for an adapter to enter the scene so that some users do not get their Apple Pencil idle.
The operation of the adapter is very simple (like any well-thought-out type product). One end connects to the new iPad’s USB-C cable, while the other end connects to the Apple Pencil. Once that’s done, just connect the other end of the cable to the tablet.
With information: apple