Apple is Keen on Adding a Stylus to the 2019 iPhone

Apple iPhone X is the future according to the company’s big announcement and priced at a massive $999, it has already broken many of the records set by their competitors including Samsung.

The developers of Apple are extremely keen on making the phones bigger and more intuitive but in order to do so, they need to add a stylus to it. The one stylus that Steve Jobs hated the most back in the days and promoted the first iPhone as the device that uses your finger as a stylus.

With increasing screen sizes and the need for precision marking, using a stylus could definitely make things better for the 2019 iPhone as it did for the iPad Pro models. The rumor comes from a South Korean manufacturer and if it comes, it could be a huge blow on what Jobs imagined for Apple.

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Anyhow, the company is hardly going in the direction the founder designed as they already made larger phones, cheaper iPads and didn’t innovate in the past years with rehashes of the same product lineup. A difficult decision for Apple but they might just do it for the 2019 iPhone.

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