Steve Jobs once said, “As soon as you have a stylus, you’re dead.” For years under his leadership, Apple mostly stuck to this philosophy. The company thrived with their easy-to-use, capable touchscreen devices. It seems like adding a stylus to the iPhone or the iPad might be messing with a good thing. However, years after Steve Jobs mocked the stylus, the current Apple CEO, Tim Cook, announced the Apple Pencil. In recent years, the stylus has made a comeback. It seems that this time, Apple is jumping on board with the trend. While many users think the idea is foolish, experts argue that it could give Apple an even greater edge over the market. So, what features make the Apple Pencil special, and how can it change the mobile market?