The Lynktec TruGlide Duo Stylus Pen has been redesigned. It’s elegant in design, built well, and features both a ballpoint pen and a microfiber stylus.
Aside from the Apple Pencil, the Logitech Crayon stylus is the only third-party stylus officially approved by Apple. The stylus was announced at Apple’s iPad education event earlier this year. At launch, the Logitech Crayon stylus was sold only to schools. Now however, anyone can buy one. Logitech announced today it will sell the Crayon through its website, as well as Apple Stores. For education customers the price was US$49.99, but for the general public the price has been increased to US$69.99. There’s a caveat though: The stylus is only compatible with the education iPad (sixth-gen), not the iPad Pro or older models. The Crayon charges with a built-in Lightning port and a single charge lasts about seven hours.
Another report claims the 2018 iPhone models will include Apple Pencil support.
The Logitech Crayon stylus for the spring 2018 9.7-inch iPad is available now, but the only place to get it is through Apple’s education channel.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple’s push into education, how the new iPad fits in, and why Logitech’s Crayon stylus works only with the new model.
Here’s what you need to know about the Logitech Crayon stylus for the iPad from Apple’s “Let’s take a field trip” education event.
We rounded up a few stylus options that work with a wide range of iPads, and even the iPhone, that also all cost less than Apple Pencil.
Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about the possibility of an iPhone Apple Pencil, plus they look at Disney’s new Movies Anywhere service.
A report says Apple has an iPhone stylus in the works and we’ll see it in 2019. I don’t think so.
If Apple’s latest patent is any indication, your next Apple Pencil will be more than a pointing and drawing accessory for your iPad Pro. It’ll also be a pointing device for your Mac, and a joystick for gaming.