The Internet's Best Reactions to the Apple Pencil

Apple charges $99 for a pencil, because $799 isn't enough for the iPad Pro.

The $99 device was created for the new $799 and up iPad Pro, both of which will be available in November. Apple calls the pencil a "precision input device" instead of a stylus, and says it can be used for activities like "fine art illustration and detailed 3-D design."

Apple senior vice president of worldwide marketing, Philip Schiller, introduced the device while he described the 12.9-inch iPad Pro and new Smart Keyboard, also a separate purchase at $169.

Other Internet users decided to have some fun at the expense of the Apple Pencil.

Even restaurant chain Denny's decided to get in on the action:

Some people just couldn't.