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iPad Pro and Apple Pencil has received high praise from Disney animators

A team of Disney animators tested the iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, according to the portal 9to5Mac. As part of testing they drew Mickey mouse and Olaf from the animated film “frozen heart”.

On the tests of new devices from Apple told Jeff Ranjo, head of Department for development of new methods of creating animated films by Disney. He stated that the iPad Pro, according to the experience of the team, did not respond to the hand on the screen while working with Pencil. Online broadcast of experiments with the iPad Pro spent using the service Periscope.

After the presentation of new Apple devices, the public expressed doubts about how responsive the screen iPad Pro on your palm when you use Pencil, because during the demonstration the developers never touched the surface of the display. The tests finally dispelled the suspicion.

You can see how the process of drawing: hand Illustrator using Apple Pensic, lies directly on the tablet screen and totally hinders the creative process. If necessary, zoom in or zoom out gestures are still active. At the end of the broadcast Range offered to buy several devices.

Apple is in no hurry to give the exact date of the start of sales of iPad Pro. However, the Asian media claim that it will go on sale in the first week of November simultaneously with the accessories in the form of Apple Pensil stylus and detachable keyboard Smart Keyboard. The cost of the iPad Pro with 32 GB of internal memory and Wi-Fi $799, while the model with 128 GB of memory and support for cellular networks will be offered for $1079. The stylus will cost $99, and the keyboard is still at $169.

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