According to the most recent rumors, Apple will release its new trio of iPhones featuring a stylus.
Why is it not a good idea?
Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple hated the idea of the iPhone having a stylus.
He said: “Who wants a stylus? You have to get em’, put em’ away. You lose them. Yuck!
“Nobody wants a stylus. So let’s not use a stylus.”
Previously in 2015, one such gadget was introduced for the company’s iPads with the name of Apple Pencil.
How come it is going to happen?
Economic Daily News’ report suggests that two iPhones from the 2018 trio will support the Apple Pencil. Their report is similar to a TrendForce’s analyst one who says Apple Pencil might come as an option for the iPhones.
Apparently, the pencil-sized current Apple stylus will not look aesthetic put next to the iPhone so a smaller version must be introduced.
Apple has never offered a stylus of its own maybe because Apple’s founder who passed away in 2011, Steve Jobs, did not agree with them.
After his death, the company announced in September 2015 the Apple Pencil which would launch along with the premium iPad Pro.
The company’s stylus is usually best for creative people as it works just like a pen on a paper sheet.
What do we know so far about the mini-Stylus?
The company’s next trio of iPhones will be announced whether on 12th od 13th of September, and each device will look similar to the current iPhone X, so they will feature Face ID, a full-screen display, and the improved iPhone X will be £100 cheaper at the price of £899 instead of £999.
However, the giant tech did not confirm anything about its 2018 iPhone, so we will need to wait less than a month to see it accurately.