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‘Apple Pencil Pro’ spotted in code on Apple’s Japanese site

Demonstrating the Pencil hover feature on the 2022 iPad Pro by holding the Pencil over a link and seeing its destination in the lower-left corner.
Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge

Code on Apple’s website in Japan mentions the “Apple Pencil Pro” — a potential hint at what’s to come during the company’s iPad event on Tuesday, as spotted by X user @ribu_ap712 and reported by MacRumors.

The code, which The Verge confirmed, was uncovered in the alternative text that describes the GIF for the Apple event and mentions a “Pencil Pro” several times. A version of the text translated by Google reads:

Green, yellow, orange, and blue paper are folded to form the Apple logo. Inside the logo, a creator’s hand is seen holding an Apple Pencil Pro, preparing to draw. Orange and pink splashes burst from the tip of the Apple Pencil Pro, which is pressed against the bottom of the logo, creating a vibrant wave pattern upwards. As the…

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