Based on new reports, Apple’s iPhone 11 models will support Apple Pencil, the wireless stylus by the company that’s originally used with the iPad. This comes after another report which said that the iPhone 11 will come with the A13 chip. Surely there are going to be some big changes in the upcoming iPhones and we have only scratched the surface so far.
Apple is looking to give a tough competition to its rival Samsung with this new addition to the iPhone. The Galaxy Note devices also have a stylus which can be used with the device and iPhone will also have the Apple Pencil for a similar purpose. We are sure Apple will not stop at this and come out with more surprises in the coming weeks because after it is the next big iPhone we are talking about.
iPhone 11 is also expected to come with a triple rear camera setup, which could be the first for an iPhone. Analysts are saying that a reverse wireless charging feature is also in order, yet again competing with the likes of Samsung.
The latest version of the Apple Pencil, the Apple Pencil 2 sticks magnetically to the iPad. So we could be looking at something similar to the iPhone 11. On an iPad, the Apple Pencil is used to take notes and scroll easily through Apps and different tabs.
As of now, there is no official word from Apple regarding the support for Apple Pencil on iPhone 11. The cheapest Apple Pencil costs for $100 which means that it could also boost the sale of Apple Pencil if sold along with the iPhone 11.