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Patent reveals new Apple Pencil and even a brush to draw on the iPhone

Apple Pencil

He Apple Pencil I was born in 2015 and renewed in 2018 with a new charging method. And although last year we thought Apple would make it compatible with the iPhone, that never happened. However, there are several reports that indicate that the company will make its new generation cell phones compatible with this digital pencil and a new registry presented at the United States Patent and Trademark Office brings us closer to this possibility.

According to Patently Apple, Cupertino's company has received certification for two new patents related to a compatible pencil for the iPhone. The new versions of the Apple Pencil will allow a simpler and lighter operation on the cell phone screen, according to the website.

The first patent refers to an optical Apple Pencil, which will be able to synchronize with new generation iPhones, which will include the technology necessary to receive data entry with the device.

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<p>The second patent is completely new and refers to a new Apple Pencil that will include a brush tip, which will allow artists the possibility of using their cell phone or an iPad as a canvas more naturally than the current one.</p><div class='code-block code-block-4' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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The patent says that this brush will have the ability to modify its hardness, amplitude and the way it draws, thanks to the application with which it will be connected in the device.

As always, these patents do not mean that ideas will come true, although it certainly makes clear to us where Apple may be directing its efforts when it comes to new accessories for its flagship device, the iPhone.

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