英語で読む「Apple Keynote」Smart Keyboard & Apple pencil
英語で読む「Apple Keynote」iPad Pro
But the story doesn't stop there. Let's go back to that software keyboard. It's great keyboard. It Dynamically changes as we use different applications. It's how most of us will type on our iPad Pro. But because we are enabling applications not possible before in an iPad, sometimes you'd like the convenience of a physical keyboard.
So we are very excited to tell you about a brand-new accessary just for iPad Pro, and it's called the Smart Keyboard.
This is unlike any keyboard you've ever used before. It's covered in an Apple woven fabric. That fabric creates the cover but also forms the structure and the feel of those keys, and they feel really great to type on. Inside is a new Apple dome switch that we pioneered with the MacBook, and it works beautifully in this great new Smart Keyboard.
So how do you attach or connect the Smart Keyboard to your iPad Pro? Well, if you look closely, there are three new circles along the side of the iPad Pro. This is a brand-new connector technology. We call it the Smart Connector. It carries power and data and connects magnetically to the Smart Keyboard. So when you want to attach your iPad to the keyboard, you just slide it on it.
And the software in iOS 9 automatically adapts and changes because it knows you want to use the physical keyboard versus the soft keyboard. So that's the new Smart Keyboard, designed specifically for the iPad Pro.
So that's typing. Let's talk about drawing and illustration. works of art, drawing on their iPads with their fingers. iPad is all about Multi-Touch, and we will continue to use our hands to interact in amazing ways on iPad. But iPad Pro is going to enable new classes of applications that require even greater precision than ever possible before, a new level of precision and accuracy that requires some amazing innovation.
So we're so happy to introduce to you another brand-new accessory specifically for iPad Pro, and it looks like this.
(Cheers and applauses)
It's called Apple Pencil.
And this Apple Pencil is packed with so much new amazing technology. We have a great video to tell you all about it now.
Touch, of course, is the primary method of interaction with iPad. To enhance what's possible with Multi-Touch and to allow for a new level of precision with iPad Pro, we've designed Apple Pencil.
This began by reengineering the Touch subsystem of the display to measure both finger and stylus input on the same plane with optimal accuracy. When you are using the pencil, the system scans twice as of often, allowing iPad Pro to capture more points in a single stroke.
Highly responsive sensors built into the tip of Apple Pencil work with the iPad Pro display to detect position, force, and tilt. With Force Data, you can press lightly to get a thin stroke or press harder to get a darker, bolder stroke. Signals emitted from two locations in the typical calculate the angle and orientation to produce broad or shaded strokes.
Its unique tip signature allows it to be used simultaneously with your finger. And with incredibly low latency, it has a responsiveness that feels like a true writing or drawing instrument. While its battery lasts for hours of use, a Lightning connector lets you recharge by plugging directly into iPad Pro.
Apple Pencil is designed to look and feel like a familiar tool. Yet with its carefully engineered technology, working with or most advanced Multi-Touch display, it delivers something extraordinary, precision that actually gives you the ability to touch a single pixel.
(Cheers and applause)
This Apple Pencil absolutely amazing, and to get that level of low latency so it feels like you are drawing directly on the display took an incredible effort of collaboration between our hardware, software, and design teams. And they're done a remarkable job.
Customers are going to feel it every time they use it. They can use it within built-in apps in iOS, like our new Notes app, where you can draw and diagram directly with Apple Pencil. Or in Mail, where now with our new Markup feature, when someone sends you an at attachment, you can draw and markup, write on that at attachment, and send it on to them.
You are going to see new applications from developers that have created features that take full advantage of this huge iPad Pro display, all its power, and most of all, Apple Pencil. Like Procreate, an incredible fine art illustration and drawing application that just comes alive on iPad Pro.
And applications we've not seen before, like this, it's called UMake, designed specifically for iPad and takes full advantage of that display and that incredible Apple Pencil.
Apple Pencil is one of the most advanced technologies we've ever created in a simple, beautiful form. And we've been lucky enough to have a few developers come in and take a look at the new iPad Pro and Apple Pencil and see what's possible with this incredible new technology.
So we'd like to do a few demos, and to begin with, it would be great to have a developer come and show us what's possible with professional productivity, and who to know better about productivity than Microsoft?
Yeah. These Guys know productivity.
So I am extremely pleased to introduce Corporate Vice President for Microsoft Office, Kirk Koenigsbauer.
Thank you. It's thrill to be here today.
At Microsoft, we're focused on ...
to be continued...
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from: Apple Events, September 9th 2015