Apple’s iPhone X successor might copy the Galaxy Note and it would be hilarious

October 13, 2017
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It’s usually Samsung that copies Apple’s smartphone design ideas, but Apple may soon take a page from Samsung’s playbook. A new report says that a future iPhone generation may come with Apple Pencil support, which would mark a first for the iPhone line.

That’s not surprising for anyone keeping tabs on Apple’s innovations. Various patents describe Apple Pencil use on an iPhone, and Tim Cook teased the feature himself in early September last year. It’s still hilarious, of course, considering Steve Jobs’s stance on styluses.

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