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PencilKit lets devs easily implement Apple’s low latency & new dynamic Pencil tools

[2019-06-06 18:05:31]

Apple introduced PencilKit at WWDC 2019 this week for much easier implementation of Apple Pencil experiences in third-party apps. The new framework will allow devs to tap into the same low latency and the new Apple Pencil tool palette and “markup anywhere” features that Apple itself uses for drawing and annotating in its own apps. The post PencilKit lets devs easily implement Apple’s low latency & new dynamic Pencil tools appeared first on 9to5Mac.

PencilKit lets devs easily implement Apple’s low latency & new dynamic Pencil tools


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