Newly launched iPad Pro can seemingly bend and break very easily

Newly launched iPad Pro can seemingly bend and break very easily

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Apple's newest iPad Pro has a great new design that sees the axing of the home button for a more immersive display and a slim form factor.

One of the reasons outlined in the video is that it is "more powerful than most computers", before showing it being used for gaming and other power-intensive functions.

The next reason has to do with the versatility of the iPad Pro. The new iPad Pro is just the latest in his growing list of devices. From snapping the new Apple Pencil in half, to literally scratching Spider-Man's face into the back of the tablet. JerryRigEverything says the bend test is important because you never know if your iPad Pro in your backpack may be vulnerable to getting bent, or if an iPad Pro gets sat on while on your couch.

There has been a lot of discussion recently as to whether the iPad Pro can be a computer replacement with those who are already using an iPad Pro full time pointing out that it is eminently possible.

If you are noticing a bend in your iPad Pro, take it into an Apple Store and get some expert advice on whether you can get it replaced as a defective unit. This leads JerryRigEverything to conclude that the tablet doesn't have any structural integrity, so one must be very careful as to not put any pressure on the device.

Even so, the video shows that it's quite easy to bend the iPad Pro and you should be mindful about how you transport it, or where you leave it around the house. He stated that the bending and cracking happened due to the single microphone hole on the left and Apple Pencil's magnetic charging area on the right.

  • Terrell Bush