KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple Pencil shipments might double this year and it is possible that iPhone may also use Apple Pencil eventually.
Ming-Chi Kuo has said that the 9.7-inch iPad expected to launch next week will support Apple Pencil.
He predicts that Apple Pencil shipments will double this year and it is possible that iPhone might eventually support the Apple Pencil as well.
According to Kuo, this year we will see Apple Pencil shipments going up to 9-10 million, over the 4-4.5 million last year.
Apple currently supports Pencil on its 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch and the 12.9-inch iPad models.
Like some of models which are more expensive than the current MacBook Air and are touted as viable laptop replacements.
Apple may also unveil new iPad Pro tablets with Face unlock and Face ID and a new internal setup.
Other info on the event suggests that Apple will be talking about software, especially textbook offers and we might also see special education related content coming to the iPad platform.
Software changes may come with the official launch of iOS 11.3, which is currently in beta.
Apple might also unveil a new entry-level MacBook Air at the event with a Retina display, which would support Face ID.