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The latest iPad Pro bends easily with a little force

The latest iPad Pro, on paper, is a really great tablet device but is it really? A new video from YouTube popular technology channel JerryRigEverything shows that the new iPad Pro can be easily bent and destroyed with a little to no force.

When the Channel host, Zack Nelson performed the bend as he does on every device he checks, the iPad Pro just gave out quickly.

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[Source: YouTube/JerryRigEverything]
This is due to poor design that Apple followed this year. On one side of the tablet, there is a small microphone hole with nothing else and on the other¬†side, there is Apple’s Pencil magnetic charging area which is made of plastic.

Applying force from centers cause the tablet to snap in half from these two exact points. This shows that the design Apple picked has less-than-ideal structural integrity.

This video is not the case of this new iPad Pro having structural deformities. On many forums across the internet, users are complaining that their new tablet device is showing slight bends after a few days of usage or carrying the iPad Pro around in a backpack. A few users complain that right out of the box, their device was a little bent.

With that being said, it should be noted that iPad Pro is an expensive and premium device that should be handled with care. You should take good care of this gadget and don’t let the tablet be lying anywhere, where anyone can sit on it and cause it to snap in half.

[Source: JerryRigEverything]

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