Alas, not compatible with the iPad Air 3. Thats why I bought the other, I expected it to be better than my Adonit, but it wasnt, not really.The new version works surprisingly well. It sticks to the iPad and is always charged. I use it all the time because I need to do virtual interactions with students and I really need to be able to write and draw to do chemistry problems. A regular pad works as well, but it’s better to save my work and send it than photographing the paper. This fall, I’m go into try projecting with it during class.