The Apple Pencil can now be purchased for $89 at Amazon and Best Buy, representing a savings of 31 percent compared to the regular list price of $129 for this accessory. Although it has dropped to this level a few times before, this is the lowest price that the stylus has ever been offered for sale at since it was first introduced.
There is also a sale on it at Target, but the price will be approximately one dollar higher if you purchase it there. We believe that the Apple Pencil is one of the best accessories that you can have for your iPad, and it is compatible with the majority of newer models of the iPad Air, iPad mini, and iPad Pro.
Our favorite iPad accessory is $89 now.
The Apple Pencil, now in its second iteration, can be magnetically stored and charged at the side of your tablet, eliminating the need to keep track of its charging cable. The reduced lag and the double touch function allow for quick tool changes, and the responsiveness of the device makes it ideal for drawing and taking notes.
When used with a screen protector that has a textured surface, features on the stylus such as pressure sensitivity and the ability to tilt the pen make it feel more like a genuine sketching instrument. Using the pencil to write in text fields is a procedure that is surprisingly accurate and far faster than tapping out words using the on-screen keyboard. This is one of the reasons why I particularly appreciate using the pencil.
The manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $130 makes it a costly accessory; therefore, it is encouraging to see that it has dropped to a price that is more acceptable. The one and only additional catch concerns compatibility.
The first-generation Apple Pencil may be purchased at Amazon for $79 and at Target for $80. The current regular iPad model is still compatible with the first-generation Pencil. Therefore, if you already possess that tablet, you can still find discounts on styluses that are compatible with it.