Students and professionals who use the iPad Pro for can rejoice. Apple Pencil 2 is available at discounted prices at Apple’s Refurbished Store. The offer is limited to the United States only. This is the first time that we are seeing the second-generation Apple Pencil being sold at the refurbished store since its release in October 2018.
Apple is selling the refurbished Apple Pencil 2 at $109, which is a $20 discount from the original price. This is as low as it can get for the Apple Pencil 2, so if you’re looking to buy an Apple Pencil 2 and are hesitating due to the price, now is the time to buy it.
Apple only sells certified refurbished models at the Apple Refurbished Store. You won’t have to make any tradeoffs with quality as every product goes through a series of checks and repairs before getting listed in the refurbished store. However, if there are any problems with the device, you can rest assured that the refurbished products have a one-year limited warranty, as well as a 14-day return policy by Apple. The stocks are, however, limited so you should grab your pencil while the stocks last.
Apple Pencil 2 is the successor to the famous Apple Pencil, which was released in 2015. It made improvements on some of the most pressing cons of the first Apple Pencil like the lightning port being located at the top of the pencil for charging. The new Apple Pencil charges wirelessly from the iPad using a magnetic connection.
The second-generation Apple Pencil also has a touch surface using which you can change the tool you’re using by double-tapping. It is compatible with the iPad Pro 11-inch, as well as the third-generation iPad Pro 12.9-inch models. The Pencil has a flat surface using which you can attach it to a compatible iPad Pro device to wirelessly charge it.
The refurbished Apple Pencils are limited in quantity since they are repaired or returned products sold by Apple.
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