It gets 12 hours on a charge, but I've never drawn long enough at a clip to exhaust it.
I love the Pencil, but I wish it came included with the already very expensive i Pad Pro.
"It's responsive and recognizes the pressure well." I loved doodling around with Pencil on as many apps as I could find to support it: Apple's Notes app, Procreate, Paper by 53, Adobe's new suite of i Pad Pro-optimized tools and Evernote.
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