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iPad Pro 11 gets put through scratch, burn and bend testing - news

Apple foldable iPad? No, just an easily bendable iPad Pro

It is not going to be an easy video to watch if you don't like destroying tech. Alongside the iPad Pro (2018), the new Apple Pencil also faced a durability test that broke it into two without any significant effort. Of these, the new iPad Pro tablet is particularly interesting. That's all great, but is Apple's newest tablet as strong on the outside, as it is on the inside?

But, it turns out, the iPad Pros can be bent with your bare hands, so you'd better make sure you protect yours accordingly and avoid placing it in areas where it could be easily damaged.

The iPad Pro offers similar performance capabilities to the 2018 MacBook Pro, and is the most powerful iPad ever released.

Apple has a new advertisement for the new iPad Pro lineup, which the company officially launched not too long ago. Most folks won't have to worry about seeing the iPad bend like this, unless they're aiming to break it on goal, but perhaps its thinness is a contributing factor to potentially damaging models in the future. The YouTube channel put the latest iPad Pro through various tests and the tablet did not fare well, most destructive of which was the bend test.

As The Verge rightly points out, other iPad models can also bend a lot easier than iPhones, so it's not like this is a major discovery. The bigger cutout is found on the right side of the tablet and it's needed to charge the new Apple Pencil wirelessly.

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.

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