I recently bought a stylus for my iPad to be able to draw and illustrate in a place other than at my desk... I was quite excited to receive the Adonit jot touch pro with pixel point one fine afternoon. All expectations were shattered and the feeling of disappointment began to creep in as I initiated doodling on my iPad air 2 to only find that the stylus kept dropping Bluetooth connection and was unable to trace lines continuously and to even burst my bubble even more some diagonal lines came out jittery and not as straight, it seemed that there were some sort of incompatibility issue with the iPad air 2. I did a bit of research and found that they were aware of this issue and that there was a work around to this incompatibility by actually maintaining a finger on the screen while you use the stylus with your other hand, I gave this method a try, but to make things worse I soon found that I was scratching the shiny surface of my iPad screen! Arrrrrg! I could not believe that what they stated to be the pixel point had become a worn down tip with the metal conductor showing its head and scratching my iPad and this was after three weeks of constant use.... so anybody looking to purchase the Adonit touch pro with pixel point... Words of caution you may end up scratching your tablet and extremely disappointed.
Below are some images of the so called "pixel point" tip of the Adonit jot touch stylus, purchase with caution if you do decide to go with this stylus. I also added an image of what I was working on at the time.