The iPad Pro was the only Apple tablet to support Apple Pencil.</ p>
It has changed since
He wrote that the J210 / J211 and J217 / J218 models support both accessories. However, he previously wrote that new iPad models can be without a Touch ID or Face ID, but he himself hardly believes in it.
It's hard to glean much information aboutJ210 / J211, and J217 / J218, the upcoming iPad models. It seems like both iPad sizes support a Smart Keyboard and Pencil, but it's possible that neither include Touch ID (nor Face ID). Hard to imagine Apple shipping sans TouchID unless for $
- Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) January 29, 2019
Steve later wrote that most likely AppleUses Touch ID for tablets. The design of the iPad mini 5 will be similar to the iPad mini 4, and the frames of the updated standard iPad will become a little thinner, but not as thin as the iPad Pro.
This year the budget models iPad will be released. iPad mini with support for Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil sounds very tempting. She will hope that it will not cost too much.