Katie Benner, The New York Times, September 9, 2015

As it nears a size and scope never before approached by a technology company, Apple is doing things its executives said it never would. Apple’s co-founder, Steven P. Jobs, once announced that using a stylus with a computing device was passé. But guess what? The company is now offering a stylus, called Apple Pencil, for $100. And in a move sure to make Apple old-timers squirm, the newest version of the iPad, which has an optional keyboard that attaches to the tablet, is even imitating some of the features of Microsoft’s competing product, called the Surface. […read more]

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