- Forum: iPad
Two things seem obvious: A. That Apple wouldn't be interested in simply cloning the exact same touch sensitivity approach that Wacom uses. B. That there's always the possibility that Wacom's touch sensitivity approach could be improved upon. That said, it's not guaranteed that Apple is really trying to beat Wacom's high end products that are specific to artists. It may be more oriented towards improving the experience for a wide range of uses, including art.