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As mentioned on the official support page, the Apple Pencil (1st Gen) is compatible with iPad Mini (5th Gen), iPad (6th Gen and later), iPad Air (3rd Gen), iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st and 2nd Gen), iPad Pro 10.5-inch, and iPad Pro (9.7-inch).
Charge Apple Pencil Magnetically attach your Apple Pencil to the right side of your device. The Apple Pencil will begin to charge. Charging icon will appear at the top of the Apple Pencil screen.
The original, 1st gen Apple Pencil charges and pairs differntlly from the new Apple Pencil 2. You want to use an Apple Pencil with that new 2020 iPad Pro, then you will have to purchase the newer and more expensive 2nd gen Apple Pencil. No choice. Sorry & Best of Luck to You!
Apple doesn't add 4K to the tablet because most people hold it far away the current resolution is beyond acceptable and it would degrade the battery life.
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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro starts at $799 with 128GB of storage and can be configured up to 1TB. You can choose between Space Gray or Silver colors. Cellular options are available for $130 more, with deals on the new iPad Pros available in the AppleInsider iPad Price Guide.
Best answer: Unfortunately, the first-generation Apple Pencil is not compatible with the new iPad Pro.
If you have a first-generation Apple Pencil, you can connect it to the following iPad models: iPad mini (5th generation) iPad 6th generation and later) iPad Air (3rd generation)
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Pair your Apple Pencil (1st generation) with your iPad Remove the cap and plug your Apple Pencil into the Lightning connector on your iPad. When you see the Pair button, tap it. After you pair your Apple Pencil, it will stay paired until you restart your iPad, turn on Airplane Mode, or pair with another iPad.
Unlock your iPad and remove the cap of the Apple Pencil. Connect its Lightning connector to your iPad's Lightning port. Now, tap Pair.