Apple's Latest iPad Pro Appears Extremely Bendable, Folds Under Slight Pressure

Florence Fletcher
November 21, 2018

Now, Zack Nelson of the channel JerryRigEverything demonstrated how easy it is to bend and crack open the tablet without much exertion. However, a new video from JerryRigEverything shows how Apple has made a few structural compromises to make this super slim iPad and, well, you will want to make sure you do not apply any kind of pressure on this tablet.

The ad goes on to promote the iPad Pro's ability to handle tasks traditionally carried out by laptops and desktops, such as photo/video editing and using it as a music studio.

And one IT pro lists so many missing features that it appears anyone in his shoes will never swap a PC or Mac for an iPad Pro. It's unclear at this point why the iPad Pro misses the mark when it comes to toughness and stability, and Apple hasn't released any sort of statement or response in regard to the video.

iPad Pro with LTE is mobile. You will of course not do this to your iPad Pro, but after seeing this video you'll probably double check for risks of sitting on it. That's all great, but is Apple's newest tablet as strong on the outside, as it is on the inside?

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Ahead of the holidays, Apple makes its case for the iPad Pro to be your next computer, even though it's not one. I'm not defending Apple here but we have to be reasonable too right?

THE NEW IPAD PRO may be the same dimensions as A4 paper, but you absolutely shouldn't try and turn it into the world's most expensive paper aeroplane.

Apple's iPad exploded into the consumer tech market in April of 2010, months ahead of the first Android-powered tablet, and since then the company has sold some 400 million units. That's also something Apple does every year instead of straight discounts.

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