Kyle Lambert uses iPad Pro to make Stranger Things poster
Kyle Lambert uses iPad Pro to make Stranger Things poster. Image credit: IGN.

Apple’s iPad Pro gains new recognition after U.S. artist, Kyle Lambert, revealed the tablet was used to design the poster for Netflix’s current hit series “Stranger Things.” The artist chose the iPad while sketching the poster because of its natural draw capability, he stated during an interview with Mashable.

The Macbook Pro is also making the headlines as new rumors of a Touch ID power button on its future releases have been circulating on specialized websites.

The artist responsible for the creation of Netflix’s sci-fi web show poster made clear his preference for the Ipad Pro and the Apple Pencil during the composition and sketching of the piece.

“I CHOSE THE IPAD PRO FOR THE DRAWING STAGE OF THE POSTER BECAUSE I FIND THAT I AM ABLE TO SKETCH IN A VERY NATUAL WAY ON THE DEVICE USING THE APPLE PENCIL. THE DEVICE, IN GENERAL, IS NICE TO HOLD FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME; IT IS REALLY PORTABLE,” he said during the interview with Mashable.

Kyle Lambert’s drawing tools list includes MacBook, iPhone, and iPad

The poster design came as a challenge, with Netflix providing a vague plot outline, rough cuts from the first episodes, and still shots to communicate the story in a single image, the artist explained during the interview. “Stranger Things” has been praised by the media and its poster has become iconic to fans worldwide.

Kyle Lambert has been known for the use if iPads and Macbooks to create realistic visual pieces, and the tech corporation has been a client of the artist, according to a Bio on his official website.

MacBook leaks suggest new fingerprint sensors and buttons 

The Mac news website, 9to5mac, has recently reported a possible inclusion of fingerprint sensors and a Touch ID power button on the next series of Apple`s laptops.

The portal claims this leak was revealed by a “source who has provided reliable information in the past.” A previous note posted on the website three months ago featured KGI’s Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealing the company’s alleged plans to introduce a thinner and lighter design on Macbook’s future models, as well as Touch ID support and an OLED display above the keyboard.

Apple is expected to launch new updates for the MacBook Pro alongside the iPhone 7 and the iPad Pro 2 this fall.

Source: Mac Rumors

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