The launch of an Apple product is usually met with fanfare and tears of joy from nerds, but this latest apple product for iPad Pro has been uncharacteristically knocked back.
The $99 Apple ‘Pencil’ stylus is the latest accessory for the new iPad Pro. The stylus is a piece of technology which the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs once described as ‘yuck’ and declared that ‘nobody would want it.’
Back in 2007 Jobs said that if a company made a stylus for a tablet, then ‘they blew it’.
“We’re going to use a pointing device that we’re all born with – born with ten of them. We’re going to use our fingers. We’re going to touch [the iPhone] with our fingers,” Jobs said.
Flash forward to 2015 and Apple has just announced its own version of a stylus:
Looks like Apple might have forgotten Job’s wise words, but the internet never forgets:
Apple Pencil me like one of your French girls pic.twitter.com/7A19PnN2nC
— Amber Gordon (@missambear) September 9, 2015
— Daddy (@LifeisSavage) September 9, 2015
See if you can pick out the exact moment the Apple Pencil was introduced. pic.twitter.com/BpJQjwqz47
— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) September 9, 2015
Totally buying a $100 Apple pencil. NOT
— steven (@stevenferazo) September 10, 2015
I can’t wait to rewind some cassette tapes with the Apple Pencil. — Matthew Santoro (@MatthewSantoro) September 10, 2015
@midnight what about the apple eraser for the apple pencil?
— Stephen (@st33b0) September 10, 2015
The Apple Pencil is Apple proving to everyone that they can put their logo on anything and people will buy it. — Brandon Gebhardt (@bwgebhardt) September 10, 2015
I give it 12 hours after launch before some dumbass puts the “Apple Pencil” in a pencil sharpener.
— Marco Price (@Primar13) September 10, 2015
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