Use your iPhone with an Apple Pencil? This Apple patent reaffirms - NewCydiaTweaks


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Saturday, December 2, 2017

Use your iPhone with an Apple Pencil? This Apple patent reaffirms

Something that Steve Jobs never wanted to see in an Apple product was a Pencil to interact with the touch screen. This is common in other devices such as Samsung Note 8 , but Apple scoffed at this. This changed when Tim Cook launched the Apple Pencil with the iPad Pro, and it seems that we would see this on the iPhone due to an oversight of Tim Cook that escaped him and a patent that we have learned today from Apple itself where we see an Apple Pencil on an iPhone , not the first one we've seen.

Will we see an iPhone with an Apple Pencil?

iPad Pro next to the Apple Pencil
It is not the first patent that we have of an iPhone that can be used with a Pencil, but when there are already so many patents, it is already beginning to smell that Apple is thinking about this. This patent that we have seen today shows an effective method to identify the position of this Pencil on the touch screen. In addition, we see the location of different sensors on the screen to provide good accuracy on the touch screen. This patent is described as follows:
The touch detection system can perform one or more coarse sub-scan input devices to determine a coarse location of the input device. The coarse location can be used to select one or more contact sensors (or sensor channels) to sample and decode the coded data in the stimulation signals from the input device. During one or more sub-scan of the input device, the contact detection system can determine the location of the input device and decode the data from the input device sampled from the selected contact sensors (or sensor channels) ).
Next to this explanation, we have some drawings in which we see an iPhone and in one of them we have the Pencil connected to the iPhone to recharge it. You can see it in the cover image at the top. We may soon see this Apple Pencil on the iPhone, I hope to see in the comment box how you would see an iPhone with this pencil.

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