The iPad used to make the cover of the magazine “The New Yorker”

Techno 27 May, 2017

The newspaper “New Yorker” recidivates and uses an iPad to realize its last cover. The result is amazing!
It is a hell of a publicity for Apple’s iPad Pro, a new model is expected next month at the WWDC . For the second time in its history, The New Yorker magazine unveils a cover made with the tablet of the Cupertino firm. With the help of an Apple Pencil, the famous head stylus, draftsman Jorge Columbo, who originally produced the first cover of the magazine’s iPad (Waterways), recidivated by drawing a group of children In full basketball at the famous Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York. It is one of the favorite places of the artist who has also made himself there to make this drawing breathtaking. He remembers: ” It was risky! I was constantly afraid that the ball would reach me even the iPad! “. On the magazine’s website, a video (below) delivers all the secrets of the designer’s prowess.
A meticulous and bluffing work that Tim Cook did not fail to greet by sharing the article and the video on social networks. If you also want to express your artistic talents, the iPad Pro, tested by the editorial team of meltyStyle , is available in two sizes: 9.7 inches from 689 euros and 12.9 inches from 909 euros at Apple and authorized resale shops. The Apple Pencil is sold separately at a price of 109 euros.