One of the most interesting features of the new iPad Pro M2 with second generation Apple Pencil is A new way to interact It can be translated into Italian with hover and flutter, even if the Cupertino giant has not suggested an official name in our country.
The swipe functionality is made possible by the interaction between the second generation Apple Pencil and iPad Pro M2 to offer “a whole new dimension for users to interact with their screen,” as Apple puts it. Here’s what it is and how it works.
Apple states that the new iPad Pro can detect if the Apple Pencil is 12mm higher than the screen. This means that the tablet can automatically detect when the Apple Pencil will approach the screen and allow you to “preview the border” before the edge actually touches the screen.
An example of how Apple cites is that text fields expand automatically when the Apple Pencil approaches the handwriting display. However, Hover will also work with third-party apps, as Apple explains:
Third-party apps can also take advantage of this new feature, paving the way for entirely new ways to annotate and draw.
In the short Apple explainer video we reported in this article, you can see the new hover functionality interacting with different parts of iPadOS 16. This includes the home screen, drawing apps, and more.
Note that this new scroll feature is exclusive to the new iPad Pro with the M2 chip. You will also need the second generation Apple Pencil to use it.
The new iPad Pro 2022 can be ordered from October 18 through the Apple Store app in 28 countries and regions, including Italy; It will be available in stores starting Wednesday, October 26th. The new iPad Pro 11, 12.9″ will be available in silver and space gray with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities starting at €1069 (incl. VAT) for the Wi-Fi model and from €1269 (incl. VAT inclusive). ) for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model;
iPad Pro 12.9 is on sale from €1,469 (incl. VAT) for the Wi-Fi model and from €1,669 (incl. VAT) for the Wi-Fi + Cellular model.