The new iPad 10 released by Apple a few days ago only supports the first-generation Apple Pencil, and if you want to charge the Apple Pencil, you must pay extra for an adapter.
Yesterday, Apple updated its iPad product line on its website, updating several products. That includes a new generation of entry-level iPads. However, the new generation iPad does not support the second-generation Apple Pencil, only the first-generation Apple Pencil.
The first-generation Apple Pencil came with a charging adapter, which naturally didn’t require extra money at the time. However, with the discontinuation of the first-generation Apple Pencil, and the new iPad’s charging port has been replaced by Type-C instead of Lightning, a Type-C to Apple Pencil converter is required when pairing and charging the Apple Pencil. And this converter offers HK$69.