If you own an Apple Pencil, you should know that there will come a time when you need to change the tip of the pencil.
Obviously, this must be done more or less frequently depending on the use you give it, and if you use it directly on the screen or use a protector type Paperlike that offers some roughness in order to offer a much closer experience of use to writing on paper.
Here’s how to change the tip of your Apple Pencil, a process that, as you’ll see, is quite simple.
How to Replace the Apple Pencil Tip
First of all, remember that if you have a first-generation Apple Pencil, the company had the detail of including a spare tip in the box, a detail that is “forgotten” just when prices go up.
If you no longer have that spare tip, or you have the second-generation Apple Pencil, you can buy a box of four spare tips from Apple for 19 euros.
That said, this is how you can change the tip of your Apple Pencil:
- Take your Apple pen, and turn the tip of the pen counterclockwise.
- After a few turns, the tip should come out completely, revealing a kind of “anchorage” hidden inside.
- Now take the new pencil tip you want to install, place it and turn to the right (clockwise). Watch out! Don’t over-tighten, just make sure the tip is firmly secured.
And that’s it! Now all you have to do is try your Apple Pencil on iPad and see if it works the right way. Remember that the method for changing the tip of your stylus works the same way with both the first and second generation Apple Pencil.
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In addition, in the App Store apps you can get these apps for free.