That is just nonsense. You are either just trolling or have never used/compared the two. Besides the surface stylus missing the tilt parameter (which truly make it more of a consumer/hobbyist product than a pro one) the difference feel, tracking (& lag) between the two is significant (even on the much more expensive i7 based surface) You can argue that that is because of the superiority of the iPad Pro over the surface, however using each as a system, The MSsurface/stylus isn't even in the same league as the iPadPro/Apple Pencil.
Not really, the iPadPro/Apple pencil seems (to me) to be better at both. The Surface, while ok at large strokes seems to lacking slightly in quick "detail" capability.This is particularly noticeable when trying to write in a standard size handwriting/speed you would use in notation/note taking.
You are correct in terms of artistic control/feeling there is no comparison (plus the no tilt make the surface a nonstarter for artists)
So has iFixit ever broken down a stylus (e.g. the Surface Pen) or did they decide to grab some free PR by breaking down an Apple accessory?
Boo hoo.... iFixit is picking on Apple....
I am guessing that Serenity Caldwell is definitely impressed.... day 4 or 5 (can't remember)
"The iPad Pro Experiment: The Pencil arrives, and it's going to change my life"
I stopped using it very quickly. Way too thick and a pain to constantly flip the pen over. I ended up first assigning one of the button controls as the eraser but then stopped doing even that and just started picking the brush. Way more control over erasing. I didn't need the skeumorphic experience.
If Apple sold potato chips, iFixit would tear it down.
Off the top of my head - maybe the thin side bezels?
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UMake for iPad Pro.
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