The Apple Pencil will need an adapter to charge from a Lightning cable
See the original posting on The Verge
The default way to charge Apple’s stylus for the forthcoming iPad Pro is a bit awkward. The stylus, otherwise known as the Apple Pencil, has a male Lightning connector hidden under a cap at one end. Users are supposed to plug the device in to the bottom of the iPad Pro and leave it sticking out like a little antenna. This isn’t uncommon for styluses and the Pencil does charge fast (30 minutes use after a 15 second charge, says Apple), but it’s not handy for every situation. However, according to leaked training documents published by 9to5 Mac, Apple will be remedying this by offering users an adapter, letting them plug the Pencil directly into any Lightning cable to charge.
The training document showing a lightning cable on the…