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Finally Apple made an iPad so fast that you can draw and write on it with a special apple pencil like it is real pen and paper. This is real fun! However, they forgot something... where to store the pencil? There is no clip on it, or a magnetic part. The smart cover doesn't have a space for it either.

This is why I designed the Apple Pencil holder. A simple device to keep your pencil as close as possible to your iPad Pro. The pencil does not glide through the holder because the top of the Apple pencil is slightly thicker than the lower part. So, always put the pencil in the holder with the point first. It will get stuck when you put the head in first!

The only thing you need is 4 cm of double-sided tape to connect the holder to your iPad Pro



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