As spotted by people at 9to5MacLogitech’s website for the Crayon Digital Pencil referenced a list of iPad models its new stylus works with, including new iPad Pro models that have yet to be announced.
The following two models have been added to the list of iPads compatible with Logitech’s new accessory:
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro (6th generation)
Model: Coming soon
- 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation)
Model: Coming soon
As we know, the next new iPad Pro devices expected to launch next month will be the fourth generation of the 11-inch iPad Pro and the sixth-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
The Logitech Crayon was first announced at Apple’s special education-focused event in 2018. The iPad maker worked closely with Logitech on its Crayon, which is why the company may sell the only third-party stylus that has the same functionality in iPadOS as Apple’s Apple Pencil accessory.
Since Apple is working exclusively with Logitech on this, it’s likely that Logitech has some information on upcoming iPad Pro updates. Additionally, this could be an indication that Logitech is preparing a new version of its Crayon accessory that doesn’t use Lightning.
Along with these new iPad Pro updates, Apple is also expected to release a new version of its entry-level iPad that switches from Lightning to USB-C for charging.
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