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I'm looking to buy an Apple Pencil for my iPad Pro 10.5". I find listings for two different model numbers: MK0C2AM/A and MK0C2ZM/A. Some listings, for example, on eBay have one model listed in the title and the other listed in the description.

What is the difference between the two models?

A friend told me that they had made a version update to fix certain lag issues, although I have used his Apple Pencil and have had no issues. Is this true? And if so, which model should I look for?

This very same question has been posted by others on the Apple support forum since April. None of them has an answer.

  • Whenever I found a description of the MK0C2ZM/A model, it said this: Apple Pencil for iPad Pro, White (MK0C2ZM/A). The MK0C2AM/A specifies no color at all. Perhaps the Apple model number scheme is telling us that there will be pens in different colors planned? Who knows. I believe, although have no definite proof, that they are mechanically and operationally identical devices. – IconDaemon Aug 20 '17 at 17:46
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    @IconDaemon I've never seen one that wasn't white. They're coming out with Apple Pencil 2, but I don't think that's till 2018. That might come in different colors. I'm not sure though. – Tom Aug 20 '17 at 19:04

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