Everything you can do with the Apple Pencil and Logitech Crayon on Your iPad

Steve Jobs famously said, about tablets, “If you need a stylus, you’ve already failed.” But he was talking about using a stylus as the main input device for a tablet. When Apple released the Apple Pencil in 2015, this quote was revived to remind people that a) things have changed, and b) Steve Jobs wasn’t always right.

In 2018, Apple released a second version of the Apple Pencil, with more advanced features designed for the then new iPad Pro models. And Logitech also sells the Crayon, their less expensive pencil, which is compatible with certain iPads.

iOS 14 takes the Pencil further, with Scribble, a new technology that allows you to write in any location where text is accepted.

In this article I’m going to tell you everything you can do with the Apple Pencil, and the Logitech Crayon.

Read the rest of the article on The Mac Security Blog.

4 thoughts on “Everything you can do with the Apple Pencil and Logitech Crayon on Your iPad

  1. Surprised it took Apple 5 years to deliver Scribble. I used a third party app for handwriting till now.

      • I use MyScript, which allows me to use handwriting with Word, Evernote and OneNote, which Scribble doesn’t seem to support on my iPad. Can you use Scribble with those apps, because I’d prefer to do that!

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